French champions continue to push on with Bizet addition
Celin Bizet signs for PSG (Picture credit PSG.FR)

Celin Bizet has put pen to paper and signed a long term contract, potentially keeping her at the club until 2024. The classic forward has never ventured abroad before after spending the last 4 years of her fledgling career at Norwegian club Valerenga.

Whilst Bizet has only recently been involved by the senior international set-up in Norway, being called up to a training camp in late 2020. She has featured prominently for the U-19's scoring an impressive 14 goals in 24 appearances.

A Hot Prospect

The forward was linked with several European clubs this summer alongside speculation she might end up in the NWSL. With PSG having just lifted the Division 1 at the end of last season, ending Lyon's reign over the French league, PSG is a fantastic destination for the youngster.

Bizet was a huge part of the success Valerenga achieved during her final season as they clinched the Toppserien league title and the domestic cup.

What to expect

As the latest in a flurry of new faces, Bizet will wear the number 17 shirt for the upcoming campaign and the Rouge et Bleu faithful will be looking for her to hit the ground running.

Bizet, despite being just 19-years old, has already made 36 starts and received her first call up to the Norweigan national side.

Still, at such an early stage of her career, Bizet has obvious ability on the ball and a bunch of confidence in one-on-one situations which is clear to see in her highlight clips.

She will certainly bring a flair and excitement to the Parisian side as they look to defend their domestic crown.