After four loan outings as a Red Bul Salzburg player, Ghana forward Samuel Tetteh is finally off the books of the Austrian champions after securing a permanent transfer to Adanaspor in the Turkish second-tier.
The 24-year-old, on Wednesday, signed a two-year contract with an option for a further season, the TFF First League outfit announced.
“Our club tied Samuel Tetteh, a 24-year-old striker and winger for Redbull Salzburg, to his colours for 2+1 years. Tetteh plays for the Ghana national team, read a Twitter post.
Tetteh arrived in Europe from Ghana Premier League regulars WAFA SC in July 2016 and spent his first season on loan at feeder side Liefering.
— Adanaspor A.Ş. (@AdanasporResmi) July 7, 2021
He had another spell for two seasons with LASK Linz before moving out to partner club New York Red Bulls for a four-month spell in the MLS.
Samuel Tetteh then returned to the Austrian topflight on loan with SKN St. Pölten for the second half of the 2020/21 season
Over the period (2016-2021), he tallied 32 goals in 143 appearances across all competitions