Sandy Baltimore extends with Paris Saint-Germain and will stay in the French capital for at least two more years.
The 22-year-old product of PSG’s youth academy has been part of the club since 15 years of age. Already at 16, the French winger debuted in the D1 Arkema League. In total, Baltimore made 112 appearances and scored 27 goals for the club. She also won the French title in the last season. On the international stage, she played 13 matches and scored 2 goals for the French international team.
“I am very happy to extend my contract with my club. I’m very proud of it. It was in my objectives to continue wearing the shirt of the club that trained me. Many things link me to the city of Paris and the club. I arrived here when I was 15. I went straight through to the U19s and we won the U19 championship. Then I started playing in the D1, and we won the French Cup. It’s a nice continuity. I hope to lift many titles with the Red and Blue shirt,” said Baltimore for the club’s website.