Nigeria’s Super Falcons striker, Desire Oparanozie has explained why she left French Club, Guingamp after Six years.
NAIRASPORTS Reports that Oparanozie announced her departure from the club on Monday on Social Media.
Former Bayelsa Queens and Wolfburg player joined Guingamp in 2014 where She made 106 appearances and scored 45 goals.
Super Falcons star said that she is ready for a new challenge led to her exist from Guingamp.
Speaking to the Black Ballers Podcast from her base in France, the 26-year-old said she will make her next move when the coast is clear.
“I’ve been here for like six years and I’m at the end of my contract – it will actually expire in June,” the 3-time African Women Cup of Nations winner explained.
“But I’ve stayed here for too long, I just want something new, I want a change, I want to explore, I want to see what’s out there for me. That’s why I am not renewing (my contract), that’s why I want to move on and see what’s out there for me.
“But at the moment, with the situation of things around the world, we are still working on the best possible situation. So, once it’s time to let the world know, I will definitely put it out there. But at the moment, I’m just focusing on being healthy first, and then, let’s see what happens in the future,” she said.
She made 35 appearances for the Super Falcons and scored 22 goals.