Namibia women’s team captain Zenatha Coleman has penned a deal with Turkish outfit Fenerbahce.
Coleman moves to Turkey as a free agent following her shock departure from Sevilla Femenino, a club she had initially signed a contract extension with until the end of the season.
She had already made 13 appearances for Sevilla this campaign before making the switch to Turkey.
The 27-year-old is one of the few Namibian women footballer who ply their trade overseas.
For the last five years, Coleman has been playing in Spain for Zaragoza, Valencia and Sevilla, and featured in over 100 league matches between the trio.
Fenerbahce are second in Group A of the Turkish League.
“Our Fenerbahce Women’s Football Team has recruited Zenatha Goeieman Coleman, who plays as a Namibian wing striker.Welcome to our club.We wish you good luck with our sticked jersey,” said the club in a statement.