Ghana national team new players Samuel Tetteh says he is keen on moving abroad and has ruled out the possibility of joining local giants Hearts of Oak or Asante who have approached the youngster.
The winger, who plays for local top-flight side WAFA, made his debut for the Black Stars when they played Comoros in the 2018 World Cup qualifier in Kumasi last week.
The 19-year-old, who was part of Ghana’s team for the U20 World Cup in New Zealand, claims he has attracted interest from several local clubs but wants to stay withthe Sogakope-based club or move abroad.
I still have a contract with WAFA and they are also ready to keep me. Though I have received several offers from some clubs it is important for me to keep my calm and try to focus on my play, Tetteh told journalist after the Dream Teams clash with TP Mazembe in the Mo Ibrahim Cup game.
For now I dont want to rush. I know the time will definitely come for me to move. So I just have to keep my focus.
But definitely I will like to move to a foreign club because it is every player’s dream to play outside (abroad) for a top club.
Tetteh made his Black Stars debut on Tuesday during the 2-0 win over Comoros in Kumasi.