Fatoumata Kanteh has joined Spanish Liga Iberdrola outfit Sporting de Huelva following the expiration of her contract with Logrono.
The Spanish-born striker of Gambian descent joined Chechu Martínez's side on a one-year deal in 2018 and has now parted ways with the club in a search for more game time.
The 22-year-old made 17 league appearances for Logrono last term, managing to start just five times and scored one goal.
Kanteh showed a glimpse of her talent when her injury-time strike in what turned out her farewell game confirmed Logrono's top-flight safety with a 4-1 win against Albacete.
"Fatoumata Kenteh is a preferred front of the band as well as a diamond to be polished," team's head coach Antonio Toledo told the club website.
"She is a youth with huge physical potential and very good overflow in our band and vision of the game, if she works hard she can be a great front."
For Kenteh, she said: "I decided to sign because they explained the project they had in mind for this new season and I thought it was very interesting.
"I am a very fast and technical player in small spaces, I hope that with the help of my teammates and good teamwork, I can score a lot of goals.
"My great goal for this season is to help the team to be at the top of the table and continue to grow as a player and as a person."
Kanteh will team up with her new team for the preseason camp next month ahead of the new season, which starts in September.