Mulenga has joined the Turkish club as a free agent and is reported to have signed a three-year deal.
He told the local media that before committing himself to Adana Demirspor he had offers from Spain, England, France and the United States of America.
Mulenga disclosed that he opted for the Turkish club because it met most of the conditions he was looking for.
“After having offers from La Liga (Spain), England, France and the USA, I decided to come and embark on a new project that suited to what I was looking for,” said Mulenga.
“So I am blessed to be offered a very good opportunity to play for Adana Demirspor,” he added.
The development comes hard on the heels of his release by the Dutch side FC Utrecht at the end of last season following its failure to meet the player’s wage demand.
But the Zambian international turned down the deal according to the Dutch daily, Algemeen Dagblad.
FC Utrecht decided to offer the Zambian performance based deal because it was embroiled in financial dire straits.
The player himself had also been on lengthy lay off plagued by injury woes that restricted him from playing regularly for his club.
“FC Utrecht did try to bind the 30 year old player to a performance based contract due to a reduced budget and the fact that the player has struggled with several injuries in recent years,” Algemeen Daglad reported.
According to reports published in Zambian media, Turkey will be Mulenga’s fourth stop since his move to Europe in 2004 with a French Ligue 2 club, Chateauroux from his native club Afrisports.
Mulenga also had a spell at another French club, Strasbourg in the 2007/2008 season from where he was transferred to Dutch side FC Utrecht a couple of seasons later.
During his stay at FC Utrecht, Mulenga banged five goals in sixteen appearances for the club last season.
The 30 year old spent five years plying his trade in Dutch League and made a total of 100 appearances for FC Utrecht during which he managed to net 39 goals.