Norwergian-Nigerian defender Tefa George has reportedly penned a deal with Norwegian 1 division club Aalesunds FK which was confirmed on their official website.
The rising start who arrives at Aalesunds from Oslo club Kjelsa has signed a contract which will see him with the Norwegian outfit until the end of 2020.
George who is said to be a versatile player has been seen also comfortable playing on the wing has been offered a contract after impressing at the trials.
Head coach Lars Bohinen said that Tega is a dynamic defender and wing back with exciting skills which they are looking forward to developing further.
''Tega George is a dynamic defender / wing back with great running strength. He has good speed and is good defensive one against one. He also has exciting offensive skills, something we want to develop further," he said.
''He comes from level three, but we believe he is a good prerequisite for becoming an elite player. But first he must take the top OBOS league level, '' Bohinen told the club's official website.
Tega moved to Norway to Norway as a 15-year-old youngster and began his football career in Scandinavia with the Valerenga youth team before joing Grorud IL three years later.
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