Ghanaian teenager Ibrahim Osman has finalized his permanent transfer to Premier League team Brighton and Hove Albion.
The 19-year-old is expected to join the Seagulls in the summer, and the team will pay Nordsjaelland €19.5 million for his services.
Osman made his league debut for the Danish team last season, making six appearances, two of which were starts.
With Ernest Nuamah’s departure, the Ghanaian is currently enjoying his first full season in Nordsjaelland, where he has emerged as a key player.
The winger will stay with Naordsjaelland through the conclusion of the 2023–24 season, having previously finished his physical prior to the summer transfer.
During the January transfer window, Osman was strongly hinted at moving to West Ham United; however, the move fell through at the end of the window.
He will join Mohammed Kudus, Kamaldeen Sulemana, and Nuamah as the most recent Right to Dream academy alum to exit the team in recent years.
He will also become the club’s second-most expensive exit, only surpassed by Nuamah’s summertime departure.
Osman has made 29 appearances for Nordsjaelland this season in all competitions, tallying five assists and four goals.