Ghana midfielder Abdul Aziz Tetteh on Monday sealed a move to Turkish Super Lig new boys, Gazişehir Gaziantep FK.
“Gazişehir Gaziantep Football Club has reached a three-year agreement with Abdul-Aziz Tetteh, who played for Dinamo Moscow, one of the Russian League teams.
“Our new player Tetteh has signed an official contract that will connect him to our club for three years at the signing ceremony attended by our Football Branch Officer Yusuf Demsoy.
“We welcome Abdul-Aziz Tetteh to our club,” read a statement on the 29-year-old’s arrival.
Tetteh, the defensive midfielder, had been playing for Dynamo Moscow in the Russian Premier League for the past one-and-half seasons. Last season, he made 25 outings as Dynamo managed to finish 12th and avoided relegation.
Aziz Tetteh left Liberty Professionals for Udinese in 2008 and later played for clubs Xerex, Granada, Leganes, Platanias, Lech Poznan before ending up with Dynamo Moscow in January 2018. He begins another journey in new territory after making three appearances for Dynamo in the 2019/20 Russian Premier League which kicked off in July.