Former Super Falcons captain Desire Oparanozie is free to join a new club after the expiration of her contract with French side Guingamp.
Oparanozie’s contract expires following the coronavirus-influenced decison of the French FA to end football leagues despite outstanding matches.
Over 170,000 cases have been confirmed in France alongside 27, 024 deaths since the outbreak of coronavirus in France. As at Thursday, 58, 673 persons have recovered.
The Super Falcons striker joined Guingamp from Turkish women’s top-flight side Ataşehir Belediyespor in 2014 and scored 45 goals in 106 matches for the club.
Oparanozie arrived Guingamp from Turkish women’s top-flight side Ataşehir Belediyespor in 2014 and scored 45 goals in 106 matches for the club.
She was named club captain at the beginning of the just concluded 2019–20 season and began her leadership reign well with a win over Metz on the opening day of the season.
She led the team to the semifinals of the French Cup and registered six goals in 12 league matches before the league was called off.
Although the 26-year-old has not given any clue about her next destination, recent reports claim top European clubs are on her heels.
The former nigerian captain was stripped of her captaincy after leading a pay strike at last year’s World Cup in France.
She has since not adorned the green-white-green for Nigeria.