The 15-year-old striker is on the verge of gaining full scholarship at the University as they plan to rope her into their women’s teamBlack Maidens striker Jane Ayieyam is likely to start her professional football career in the United States of America as there is huge interest from the women's team of the Illinois-based Robert Morris College.
Goal.com Ghana can reveal the university is bent on giving her a full scholarship to enable her to study there and also help the school team to greater heights.
Ayieyam, 15, scored four goals as Ghana won bronze in the Fifa World Under-17 female tournament in Azerbaijan and she has been touted as one of the players who can raise women football in Ghana.
The talented striker has signed for local side Bolgatanga Ghatel in the Ghana Women’s National League, but is yet to step into their training field which adds credence to the fact that she is on her way to the USA.
Robert Morris University which is a giant in terms of women football development in the world also has Black Princesses striker Florence Dadson in their fold.