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English Premier League side Brighton & Hove Albion have confirmed the signing of Ghana’s Ibrahim Osman from Danish side FC Nordsjæland.

The official confirmation comes following reports that the Seagulls have reached an agreement with the Danish club.

Ibrahim Osman, 19, was on the radar of West Ham United but the deal later fell through.

Brighton’s Technical Director David Weir said, “We’re looking forward to the opportunity of working with Ibrahim.

“He’s a young and exciting prospect, but for now it’s important that we give him the space to focus fully on Nordsjaelland, where he is enjoying a good season.

“Once the current season is over and he’s had the opportunity to rest during the summer, we will bring him into our environment where he will get the time and support he needs to settle here in England.”

The deal is for a period of five years, which will see the 19-year-old at Brighton until 2029.

Ibrahim joined the Danish side from Ghana’s Right to Dream Academy in January 2023.

He has since scored four goals and made five assists in his 29 appearances for the side.

The snapping up of Ibrahim is said to follow a similar path as Ivorian Simon Adingra, who also played for Right to Dream in Ghana.