Ghanaian forward Samuel Tetteh has sealed a permanent move from Austrian side Red Bull Salzburg to Turkish second-tier club Adanspor.

The 24-year-old had four loan spells after joining Red Bull Salzburg and has finally left the club’s books to make an impact in Turkey.

He has signed a two-year deal with his new club and has the option of extending it by one more year.

“Our club has tied Samuel Tetteh, a 24-year-old striker and winger from Red Bull Salzburg to these colours for 2+1 years. Tetteh plays for the Ghana national team,” a post from Twitter stated.

Tetteh left Ghana Premier League side WAFA in 2016 in search of greener pastures and landed in Austrian club FC Liefering.

He then transferred to RB Salzburg a year later and had a number of loan stints. His last spell was with fellow Austrian side SKN St. Pölten.

Tetteh has netted 34 goals in 146 appearances since 2016.

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