Super Falcons striker Chinaza Uchendu has confirmed her exit from Portuguese side Sporting Braga after two years stint with the club.
The enterprising forward has now opted for another adventure after the two-year contract she signed with the club expired after the season was canceled as a result of the current global pandemic.
Uchendu who free to join any team of her choice as a free agent has now bid the club farewell and said they will always remain her heart.
“Two years with Braga, I must say it was an amazing experience, being my first professional club,” Uchendu told Goal.
“The support from the whole team since my arrival till my time of departure is a feeling I don’t know how to describe.
“I am really going to miss everyone. Right now, I am open to new challenges and opportunities, looking forward to having a good time wherever I will be going to continue my career.
“To the team SC Braga, thank you very much for believing in me, thank you for allowing me to be part of such a respectable and professional club, I really appreciate everyone.
“And to the fans and everyone who supported me throughout my stay at the club, thank you very much and I love you all.”
The Nigeria international scored six goals and 14 assists in 18 in her debut season to help Braga clinched the league title in 2018.
Meanwhile, she parted with the record of 13 goals in 36 games in all competitions for the club.
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