Everton striker Hannah Jade Cain is leaving the club after spending the last two years on Merseyside.
The 21-year-old Doncaster-born forward joined The Blue Girls in summer 2018, signing her first professional terms with the club.
Cain has taken to her Twitter account this evening to confirm that her two-year stay with Everton is coming to an end and she has taken the time to thank fans of The Blue Girls for their support during her time on Merseyside.
It was a pleasure being a blue while it lasted – leaving with great memories. Thanks to the fans for the love and support you’ve shown me over the last 2 years 💙 pic.twitter.com/utLZQq8hi5
— Hannah Cain (@Hannahjadecain) May 26, 2020
Cain started her senior career with former second tier side Sheffield FC before joining FA Women’s Super League club Everton. The youngster made 13 appearances in the FA Women’s Super League for The Blues Girls in her first season with the club including seven starts. She netted goals in away fixtures at West Ham United and Reading.
With the ever-growing competition for places at the club, Cain has had to bide her time for starting opportunities with Everton this season. The player has made just five starts in the Barclays FA Women’s Super League and has been brought off the bench on eight occasions. Cain’s only goal this season came in an Women’s FA Cup fifth round tie as Everton demolished Bristol City 5-0 at Ashton Gate.
Cain is the second confirmed departure from Everton this summer after Inessa Kaagman announced her exit last week.