Spanish team, FC Barcelona have Announced the signing of 16 Years old Spanish-Born Nigerian attacking Midfielder, Vicky Lopez who Joins the Female team, FC Barcelona Femeni on a Five-year deal.

Victoria Lopez Popularly known as Vicky Lopez would start her Journey, Rising from the Ranks of Barcelona's academy known La Masia where she's Expected to learn the Dynamics of the First team.

Vicky Lopez Joins the Catalan Side on a Five-year deal and is Expected to be at the club Until 2027. She Joins From Madrid CFF Academy, another women's team in Spain.

A club statement confirming her move to FC Barcelona reads:

“Vicky Lopez is already an FC Barcelona player. The midfielder, who turns 16 this Tuesday, signs for five seasons. In the present, she will follow the dynamics of the first team with a subsidiary file and will live and study at La Masia”, 
Victoria Lopez spent the 2021/2022 season at Madrid CFF B where she Made 20 Appearances, scoring 14 Goals. She Also Featured for the Club's Senior side 8 times. She made her senior Debut For Madrid CFF on the 5th of September, Coming on as a second half substitute in a 2-0 home lose to Athletic Bilbao in the Primera Division.

As an attacking Midfielder who can also be deployed as a winger, Vicky Lopez has eyes for Goals. One of the highest point of her Youth Career was when she bagged 60 Goals in 17 League Games for Madrid CFF during the Youth League. 

 At National Level, Vicky Lopez features for Spain U-17 but is Eligible to Play for the Nigeria Women's team at Senior Level.

The Highly Rated Midfielder is born to a Nigerian Mother and a Spanish Father.

About a Year Ago, Victoria Lopez's Father, Jesus Lopez Serrano Perez made it clear that his daughter is interested in Playing for Nigeria. 

Watch Vicky Lopez Solo Goal for Spain Against Norway

He said: "... she was summoned to train with Spain U17s, Nigeria is still an option but no one from the Federation has contacted us." He told allnigeriasoccer via Mediareportage

"There might be problems for Nigeria to call her up in the future.

"It would make Vicky very excited if she receives a call-up to play for Nigeria, but it is very likely that in September she will be called up for the Women's U17 EURO qualifiers."