Namibia captain Zenatha Coleman has signed for top Turkish side Fenerbahce, the club have confirmed.
Coleman, who has been a stalwart of her national team at COSAFA events for a number of years, sealed the move this week.
“The Namibia Football Association (NFA) wishes Zenatha Coleman all good fortune in her breakthrough professional career in women’s football,” NFA said.
Coleman has spent the last five years in the Spanish top tier playing for Zaragoza, Valencia and Sevilla, and making over 100 league appearances between the trio.
She had already made seven starts and six substitute appearances this season before making the switch to Turkey.
Fenerbahce are currently second in Group A of the Turkish league behind leaders Besiktas, who have won all seven of their matches to date.