Malaga have secured the services of Cameroon striker Gaelle Enganamouit as look to boost their ranks for their fight against relegation in the Spanish top-flight.
The 26-year-old spent last season at Norwegian outfit Avaldsnes, where she scored four goals in 15 league appearances following her forgettable stint in China.
"Striker Gaëlle Deborah Enganamouit is the new addition to the Malaguista ranks, coming to Málaga to reinforce the Blue and White's attack," the club disclosed on its website.
MCFFNews| 🆕 'Garra camerunesa para la delantera blanquiazul'. Gaëlle Enganamouit se suma a las filas malaguistas 📣 ¡Bienvenida a #Málaga ! ☺️— Málaga CF Femenino (@MalagaCFemenino) January 30, 2019
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Following her move, she becomes the Blue and White team's third signing from Africa in the January window following the recruit of South Africa's Ode Fulutudilu and Mali's Bassira Toure.
Enganamouit, who has previously played for Rosengard, Dalian Quanjian, Eskilstuna United, is expected to make her debut in Sunday's home clash with Valencia.
Malaga are second from bottom in the Spanish topflight log and have failed to win in 10 straight games.