Exclusive: Sparta agrees to sell Ghana’s Tetteh

Benjamin Tetteh

Ghana youth international Benjamin Tetteh could be heading to the Turk Telekom Stadium this window after Sparta Praque agreed to sell him to Galatasaray.

Dailymailgh.com can exclusively reveal that officials of the Turkish giants were in Czech Republic on Thursday as they held a meeting with Sparta over the former Ghana Under-20 star.

Initially, a loan deal was proposed but Sparta were unwilling for that option as they only seek to sell the budding youngster outright.

After hours of deliberations, a transfer fee of 8 Million Euros was agreed and it is imminent the 6 feet 4 inches attacker will continue his career in the Turkish Super Lig for the coming season.

Tetteh, 21, has been monitored by Galatasary boss Fetih Terim since last summer and the veteran gaffer believes he is one of the players who can help the club in their quest to stay at the top.

He netted 11 goals in 32 games as Sparta Praque finished 3rd in the 2018/2019 Czech First League.

By Edmund Okai Gyimah, Daily Mail GH

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