The striker who joined the Turkish club during the 2011/12 league season for a club record fee of 2.6 million Euros from Swedish side AIK Solna is said to be recovering from knee surgery.
The club announced on its website that both parties had mutually agreed on the termination of the contract and according to the player agent, Chernor Musa Jalloh it was a win win situation for both the club and the player.
Jalloh said: “The Turkish club is currently facing some financial difficulties and can no longer meet the cost for the player. The player on the other hand is still trying to recover from knee surgery and wants to focus on his rehabilitation; It is a good decision for both parties”.
Teteh has lots of options for now and as a free player he can join any team even when the transfer window is closed but that is not his target at this time as he would rather focus on recovering to gain full fitness again.”
He was not the only Sierra Leonean player who had left his club on mutual consent recently, as there has been a slew of that happening lately with English conference side, Forest Green Rovers confirming that their Sierra Leonean midfielder Al Bangura has left the club by mutual consent followed by that of Kei Kamara leaving Middlesboro as well.
Al Bangura the 26-year-old former Watford and Blackpool joined the club on a free transfer and played in 83 league games for the Gloucestershire club.