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Brighton & Hove Albion has finalized a deal with FC Nordsjaelland to secure the signing of Ghanaian winger, Ibrahim Osman.
The 19-year-old, who has attracted interest from various clubs, has chosen Brighton for his next move, with the agreement expected to be completed during the upcoming summer transfer window.
Brighton successfully negotiated a deal worth approximately €19.5 million with the Danish top-flight club, Nordsjaelland. Osman has already undergone a medical examination in anticipation of the transfer being officially confirmed.
Osman, who has amassed 27 appearances for Nordsjaelland since his debut last season, brings considerable talent to Brighton, having scored two goals during his time with the club.
Originally from the Right to Dream Academy in Ghana, Osman transitioned to Nordsjaelland, making his senior debut for the Danish side in February 2023.
By joining Brighton, Osman follows in the footsteps of Ivorian forward Simon Adingra, who also began his career at the Right to Dream Academy before moving to Nordsjaelland.
His departure marks another instance of a talented graduate leaving the Right to Dream Academy, following the paths of Mohammed Kudus, Kamaldeen Sulemana, and Ernest Nuamah in recent years.
Osman’s transfer makes him the second most expensive departure from the club, behind only Nuamah, who left last summer.
Throughout the current season, Osman has demonstrated his abilities with four goals and five assists in 29 appearances for Nordsjaelland across all competitions.