Spanish side Pozoalbense have completed the signing of Nigeria international Evelyn Nwabuoku for the 2020/21 campaign for an undisclosed fee.
The 34-year-old has become the club’s as first summer signing as Pozoalbense aim at challenging for a promotion ticket this season, having finished seventh last term
Nwabuoku captained the Super Falcons to reclaim their African title at the 2014 Nations Cup in Namibia.
She later guided the team at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada.
Nwabuoku led the team to claim the maiden WAFU Women’s Cup title in 2019 before featuring at the 2019 edition in France, where the West Africans broke a 20-year jinx reaching the Last 16.
In her club career, she won her 11th domestic title with Rivers Angels as the Port Harcourt Ladies reclaimed the Nigeria Women’s Premier League title in 2019, ending their three-year wait.
Despite joining Edwin Okon’s side in 2009, she had enjoyed brief stints at BIIK Kazygurt in Kazakhstan in 2015 and Guingamp in France in 2016 before reuniting with Rivers in 2017.