Former Black Maidens captain Abdulai Mukarama has joined Spanish club Deportivo Alaves Femenino.
The Black Princesses attacker agreed a two-year deal with the club from Ghanaian national women's league side Northern Ladies.
Deportivo Alaves Femenino confirmed the capture of the highly rated Ghanaian attacker on their official website.
"Deportivo Alavés and Abdulai Mukarama have reached an agreement whereby the Ghanaian forward will become a new Albiazul player for the next two seasons," wrote the club.
"Abdulai Mukarama [Ghana, 2002] occupies the forward position and comes to the Gloriosas from Northem Ladies FC. Last season she competed in LSU Soccer, the American university league, where she managed to be the top scorer of the championship," added the club.
"The Ghanaian attacker has international experience as the captain of her national team, being one of the top references of the 'Black Maidens' scoring 12 goals in the preliminary competition of the African zone for the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup Uruguay 2018."
Mukarama joins the team after completing his education with the Tyler Junior College. It is her first professional contract outside of Ghana.