Ghanaian defender Masahudu Alhassan has signed a two-year deal with Albanian topflight side FK Teuta Durres, according to reports in local media.
Alhassan, a former Perugia, Genoa and Udinese defender penned the 24-month contract Sunday after undergoing successful medicals in the city of Durres.
Masahudu left Perugia on August 31st, 2017 through mutual agreement and has been clubless since then after a supposed move to Slovenian champions NK Maribor failed to materialize.
He is expected to aid the fortunes of Teuta in the Albanian elite division despite a poor start to the campaign which has seen them wallowing in the drop zone with just sixteen points from 17 games.
He will be presented officially to the Teuta fans at the Niko Dovana Stadium within this week.
The 26-year-old has won eight caps for Ghana after his debut in 2011. He was a member of the Black Stars squad that finished fourth in 2012 Africa Cup of Nations..