Ghana midfielder Asiedu Attorbrah has left the country to begin an eight-day trial with German second-tier side St. Pauli.
The New Edubiase playmaker arrived in Germany on Thursday night where officials of the Bundesliga II club welcomed him.
Attorbrah will train with the side for an unspecified period in his latest bid to land a deal with a foreign club.
The 19-year-old, who has been strongly linked to joining Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak, will be hoping to impress this term in order to seal a deal to play in the competitive German second tier league.
Attorbrah impressed for Ghana during the 2013 CHAN tournament in South Africa where he helped the home-based Black Stars to win silver.
The talented midfielder almost joined Israeli club Ashdod FC in 2012 but the deal fell through at the last minute.
Another reported move to American club Columbus Crewe failed to materialise.