Super Falcons striker, Desire Oparanozie has made public her decision to quit En Avant Guingamp of France this season after six years at the club.
Desire Oparanozie revealed this via a tweet accompanied by a video on her official Twitter handle.
Après six ans à jouer pour En Avant Guingamp, je vais commencer un nouveau chapitre. Je tiens à remercier tous les membres de l'équipe, et les fans, pour ces années incroyables. Merci beaucoup. pic.twitter.com/SBFHMhxSlE
— oparanozie desire (@oparanozie9) May 18, 2020
“After six fantastic years in France playing for En Avant Guingamp, I won’t be continuing with them for the next season. I’ll be starting a new chapter.
“So I want to use this opportunity to thank everyone at the club, the board members, coaching crew, my team mates, the staff and most importantly the fans; thank you for those amazing years,” Oparanozie said.
“For my real fans, I know what the question is: where to next? Well, stay tuned for my next update,” she added with regards to her next move.
During her six years at the club, Desire Oparanozie scored over 40 goals in over a hundred appearances for the French side in the top division.
She captained the Super Falcons of Nigeria at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup (FIFAWWC) in France where Nigeria made it out of the group stage for the first time in 20 years.