Red Bull Salzburg forward Samuel Tetteh, who has played seven times for the national team, says that his ultimate goal is to work his way up to a switch to Old Trafford
Ghana international forward Samuel Tetteh is keen to talk himself into a move to Manchester United.
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The 20-year-old, who has already made seven appearances for his national side and scored once, is a passionate fan of the Red Devils and confessed that his ultimate goal would be to play for them one day.
Tetteh is on loan at Austrian second-division side Liefering from parent club Red Bull Salzburg but is determined to rise much higher in the European game.
“It has always been my dream to play in England,” he told Pulse.
“I am a Manchester United fan. I don’t really love any team like Manchester United and I would like to play for them.
“I like everything about the club. Playing for them would be one of my biggest achievements but I would also grab an opportunity to play for any of the big clubs in Europe.”
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Should Tetteh get his wish, he would follow in the footsteps of 24 other Ghanaian players to have featured in the Premier League, including the likes of Michael Essien, Asamoah Gyan and Kevin-Prince Boateng.