Noha Lemina has signed his first professional contract with Paris Saint-Germain until 2025. The deal has been made official by the French side on their website, extending the stay for their academy graduate.
The 17-year-old was born in Libreville, Gabon and joined the Paris Saint-Germain academy at the age of 9. Last season, he played for the under 19s, racking up one goal and six assists in 14 league games.
Noha Lemina signs first professional contract with PSG
“Until 2025… GO PARIS! I am proud to have had the opportunity to achieve my first goal and sign my first professional contract with my training club. I take this opportunity at the same time to warmly thank my parents, my brothers and sisters, Become MVP as well as all the educators I have had since I started playing football. However, the real work begins now,” the young forward wrote on his Instagram page.
This season, he has played four games in the UEFA Youth League and has scored three goals. Noah Lemina has also represented France at the Under 17 level, making five appearances for them since making his debut in 2021.