Ghana midfielder Abdul Aziz Tetteh has joined Polish second-tier side Widzew Łódź.
The 31-year-old has signed a one-year deal with an option to extend for two more years after featuring for Gaziantep FK last season.
“The defensive midfielder successfully underwent medical tests and signed a one-year contract with Widzew Łódź with the option of extending it for another two years,” the club said on their website.
Tetteh started his career at Ghana’s Liberty Professionals in 2007 and joined Udinese the following year.
The Serie A side loaned him out to Spanish teams Xerez CD, Granada, CD Leganes, and Montañeros.
After parting ways with Udinese, Tetteh signed for Greek side AS Fokikos in the 2012/13 season and then AO Platanias for two seasons.
He previously played for Polish club Lech Poznań from 2015 to 2018, making over 60 appearances and winning two Polish Super Cups.
Tetteh played for Turkish club Gaziantep FK in the last two seasons before joining Widzew Łódź.
“First of all, I would like to be healthy, avoid injury, and play as much as possible,” he told the club’s website.
“And then to win with Widzew promotion to the premier league, because I know that this is the goal of the club and that is what the fans expect.
“However, it is good to have specific goals, because it motivates work.”
By Abdul Karim Adamu Benin | www.sportyafrica.com