The former Bursaspor striker had been on the sidelines for over eight months since he underwent surgery on his trouble knee, from which he has since recovered and now looks forward to reviving his career in Europe.
Andersson said: “Teteh have previously shown that he is a good player. He has had injury problems but is healthy and we now have the chance to get him here, it will be exciting to see Teteh with our team.”
Teteh Bangura is well known in Sweden for his goals. He hit the limelight in the 2011 season when he scored 15 goals in 17 Allsvenskan appearances for AIK.
His outstanding performance saw him move to Turkish topflight side Bursaspor for a club record fee but his good start with the Turkish side ended badly due to injury as he left the club with six goals from thirty-four appearances.