The Ghanaian midfielder has revealed that he left Dinamo Moscow for Turkish side Gaziantep FK because of the new laws on foreign players in Russia.
Aziz, 29, was Dinamo Moscow’s star boy during the 2018/2019 season as he recorded 25 league appearances, scoring one goal.
The hard-tackling holding midfielder in an interview with Dailymailgh.com, said the new laws in Russia concerning foreign players was not favourable and had to switch camp to Turkey when the offer came.
“I had one year left on my contract and they changed the rules in Russia for the foreign players and from next season is going to be eight players and in Dynamo we were about 10 and they still want to bring more so when the offer came from Gazisehir Gaziantep I spoke with them and was ok for everyone,” Tetteh told mentioned.
“Also, I am someone who always wants to take challenges and prove myself. I have done it in Russia and this is the time for me to exploit a new avenue,” he added.
Tetteh has been one of the most consistent Ghanaian players in Europe over the past six years having featured for clubs such as Fokkikos, Platanias and Lech Poznan in Poland.