Newly-signed New York Red Bulls striker Samuel Tetteh has registered his delight with the move — promising to help the club win laurels.
The striker has joined the American top-flight league side from Red Bull Salzburg on a season-long loan deal.
The Ghanaian international speaking on his new career path said he can’t wait to get started at his new club.
I’m very Excited To Be Joining This Club, I Can’t Wait to Meet up With My New Teammates And Hopefully We Can Achieve Great Things Together
Major League Soccer side New York Red Bulls on Tuesday released a statement to confirmed the capture of 24-year-old.
“Samuel is an exciting attacking player that our scouts have been following,” said Head of Sport Kevin Thelwell. “He is strong physically and technically, and plays with a lot of confidence. He’s got an intelligence in each phase of the game and we believe he’ll fit in well with our group.”
Head coach Chris Armas added: “Samuel is a very interesting attacking player. He’s intelligent, he can create on his own and can stretch back lines with his speed. We know that Samuel has big potential and we are excited to get to work with him.”
At 24-years-old, Tetteh has amassed over 100 appearances across all competitions in Austria. After he signed with Red Bull Salzburg from West African Football Academy in the Summer of 2016, the Ghanaian forward was loaned to FC Liefering, in Austria’s second division. Tetteh had a strong first season with Liefering, tallying 10 goals and five assists in 20 appearances at 20 years old.
Tetteh was then loaned out to LASK, a First Division Austrian club, in the Winter of 2018. He recorded 19 goals and 15 assists in 86 appearances across all competitions in 4,391 minutes played. Tetteh appeared in all four of LASK’s 2019-20 UEFA Champions League qualifying matches, recording two assists in 248 minutes played.
Tetteh has also featured for the Ghanaian National team, accruing one goal in six appearances. He made his Ghana debut in the second round second leg of Africa’s World Cup Qualifiers on Nov. 17, 2015.