By Amaechi Agbo
Spanish Iberdrola club side Sevilla has clarified why Super Falcons player, Uchenna Kalu and other teammates left the club.
Sevilla disclosed via their website that the Falcons star left the club alongside other players who no longer wants to continue with the club.
Kalu joined the Spanish Iberdrola side Sevilla in January this year on a six-month contract. But she had left the club and have since signed a two-year contract with Swedish Damallsvenskan side Linkopings FC.
“Sevilla FC has confirmed today several of the footballers who will not continue in the women’s first team for the coming season.
“Counting the already known case of Jeni Morilla, there are other soccer players who will not carry the elastic sevillista in the 2020-2021 exercise.”
“Thus, Aldana Cometti, Yanara Aedo, Sabrina Flores, Uchenna Kanu, Claire Falknor, Nadya Karpova and Olga Carmona are the ones who have joined the Coria del Río soccer player so far, Olga having the express desire to say goodbye in the next dates to through this website after having decided to embark on a new professional path.
Sevilla FC wants to thank the services provided and wishes them luck in the future,” the club said in a statement
Kanu was last year named National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics NAIA Women’s Player of the Year for 2019 following a record-breaking year in the United States.
The 21-year-old also starred at the Women’s World Cup in France as the country reached the Round of 16 for the first time in 20 years.
On her return to the USA, Kanu who graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Sports Management in December helped Pensacola to win the US Women’s Premier Soccer League title.