Former Birmingham City full-back Adrienne Jordan has joined Spanish top flight club UDG Tenerife for the coming season.
The 26-year-old Colorado-born defender left the Blues at the end of last season and initially joined OL Reign but she has now moved to Spain.
UDG Tenerife confirmed the deal earlier today via their official club Twitter account.
⚽️💙🤝 |OFICIAL| Polivalencia, descaro y determinación. Adrienne Jordan, nueva incorporación 20-21
— UDG Tenerife Egatesa (@UDGTenerife) July 28, 2020
The Spanish club returned to pre-season training last week ahead of the new Primera Iberdrola season. It has been reported that Jordan will not immediately link-up with her new teammates but will instead report for her first training session on 6 August, depending upon travel restrictions to Spain.
Jordan joined Birmingham City last summer following a spell playing in Italy with Atalanta. She signed a one-year deal at the SportNation.bet Stadium. The player appeared in all 13 of the Blues’ matches in the Barclays FA Women’s Super League as the club narrowly avoided relegation to the second tier.
Despite being born in the United States, Jordan has spent most of her career playing in Europe. In addition to the full-back’s spells with Atalanta and Birmingham City, the player has also represented Swedish side Ostersunds DFF and Icelandic club IBV.