Potsdam confirmed late last night (AEDT) they and Kellond-Knight had gone their separate ways.

It comes after the 27-year-old, who joined Potsdam in 2015 after leaving the Brisbane Roar, only extended her contract until 2019 last year.

"My time in Potsdam was an unforgettable experience and I will be forever grateful that I have met so many great people here," said Kellond-Knight.

"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," she said.

However, as the W-League season came to end on Sunday, it looks as though Kellond-Knight could be looking to the NWSL.

This is the third player to leave Potsdam this week as German WNT midfielder Tabea Kemme and Swiss WNT Lia Wälti choose not renew their expired contracts.