Is it over for the Ballon d’Or?

Ten years after her arrival at OL women, Ada Hegerberg could leave Fenottes. The Norwegian striker, the very first Ballon d’Or in history, is at the end of her contract next June and negotiations are stalling.

The future of Ada Hegerberg at theOlympique Lyonnais the feminine is uncertain. The 28-year-old Norwegian striker is at the end of her contract with Fenottes next June and, if she sees herself continued between Rhône and Saône, ten years after her arrival, “there is no progress in the negotiations”, as she puts it. reveals to a media in his country (VG Sports).

The first winner of the Women’s Ballon d’Or, in 2018, has two agents, including conductors from Lyon, and says she is « off the beaten track » for the future. Hegerberg has one of the lowest salaries for children in D1 Arkéma, at 420,000 euros gross per year, and, depending on the thirty-something approach, the research is probably worth pocketing more than half a million euros per year. A location in England yields a jackpot.

A department of Hegerberg serves quite an upheaval. Arriving in 2014, the native of Molde largely participated in Jean-Michel Aulas’s domination of OL over women’s (Site notre bureau spécialisé) in Europe (8 crowns in the Champions League, 6 with the Norwegian). With 250 goals, she is the most important scorer in the club’s history behind Eugénie Le Sommer (290 goals), with points at 54 and 53 goals in 2015-2016 and 2017-2018.