Ghanaian defender Joseph Larweh Attamah has sealed a move to Süper Lig outfit Kayserispor.
The versatile player joins from Istanbul Basaksehir on a season-long loan deal after passing a mandatory medical test earlier today.
Attamah spent last season on loan at Rizespor and Fatih Karagumruk.
The former Tema Youth player last season helped Fatih Karagumruk secure promotion from the Turkey Division One to Süper Lig. He featured in 17 league games and provided 2 assists.
Attamah first moved to Turkey in 2014, joining Turkish First Division side Adana Demirspor from Ghanaian club Tema Youth, before moving to Basaksehir in 2016.
Joseph Attamah has a contract with Istanbul Basaksehir that runs till 2023 and is valued at €950,000.
Attamah has made 7 appearances for the Black Stars and was a member of the team that represented Ghana at the 2013 Fifa U20 World Cup in Turkey.
The 26-year-old will wear the jersey number 3 at his new club Kayserispor.
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