Black Queens captain Elizabeth Addo and American Professional women's soccer team Seattle Reigns have mutually agreed to part ways.
The Ghana skipper played thirteen times for the Washington based club before moving on loan to Australian side Western Sydney Wanderers, where she is currently enjoying her football.
"Together with Seattle Reign FC we've mutually agreed to part ways. I want to thank the Club, the Predmore Family, Technical staff, Teammates, the fans for the Love and care you'll always be in my heart. Thank you Seattle Reign FC. Wishing you all a very successful season," the attacking midfielder posted confirming her departure.
Addo is reported to be close to agreeing a permanent deal with Western Sydney Wanderers after netting twice in eight games.
The 25-year old scored the consolation goal for Wanderers in their 4-1 defeat at Newcastle Jets on Sunday on the final day of the season.
The former Tesano Ladies midfielder previously played for Spartak Subotica, Ferencvarosi and Kvarnsveden.
Together with Seattle Reign FC we've mutually agreed to part ways.I want to thank de Club,de Predmore Family,Technical staff,Teammates,de Fans for de Love and care you'll always be in my heart.thank you @ReignFC Wishing you all a very successful season🙇💙💙 pic.twitter.com/cbaroxwxDw
— Elizabeth Addo (@AmaPele10) February 5, 2019
By Lukman Evergreen Mumin