Westfield Matildas star Elise Kellond-Knight has confirmed she has left her German club FFC Turbine Potsdam.
Kellond-Knight confirmed the news on her Instagram account, departing the top-flight German outfit after just over two years with the club.
"My time in Potsdam was an unforgettable experience and I will be forever grateful that I have met so many great people here," Kellond-Knight said.
"Turbine will always have a place in my heart, but for me it's time to go home, to Australia.
"My goal is to play again in the Australian professional league, because I think that there are many positive steps going on there right now and I would like to be part of it.”
The 27-year-old Aussie is the third player to depart the German club in the last week.
It’s unclear at this stage where Kellond-Knight’s club future lies, although there is speculation she will be signed by a National Women’s Soccer League club in the US.
The classy midfielder is currently with the Westfield Matildas as they prepare for the Algarve Cup in Portugal.