The details of the goalkeeper’s contract has not been revealed.
The Super Falcons second goalkeeper, Tochukwu Oluehi, has departed Nigeria for the United Arab Emirate, UAE, to sign for Al-Wahda FC of Abu Dhabi.
Gracious Akujobi, Super Falcons Media Officer, said on Monday on telephone that Oluehi, who has not revealed the details of the contract, left the country on Sunday.
“The contract details will be made known after she has put pen to paper,” Akujobi said.
She said the deal would not affect the goalkeeper’s availability for national team assignments.
Akujobi noted that Oluehi’s move would be of immense benefit to the Super Falcons as it strives to fortify its goalkeeping position ahead of international engagements.
She said that while Oluehi would work for the interest of the national team, she would also pursue her professional career.
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