Rangers scouts get Brighton seal of approval as Romano confirms £19.2m move

Rangers scouts get Brighton seal of approval as Romano confirms £19.2m move

Rangers scouts get Brighton seal of approval as Romano confirms £19.2m move

Ibrahim Osman, an FC Nordsjaelland striker and Right to Dream Academy graduate, is expected to join Rangers star Mohamed Diomande in the UK.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Premier League Brighton have agreed to sign the 19-year-old Ghanaian for €22.5 million (£19.2 million).

It builds on West Ham’s strong contacts with Ibrahim Osman during the January transfer window,

when the teenage striker was one of Europe’s most highly touted young forwards.

If the agreement is completed, Osman will join Brighton in the summer,

making him the second Right to Dream Academy graduate to depart FC Nordsjælland in a few weeks.

Rangers secured a loan-to-buy deal for £4.3 million to bring Ivorian midfielder Mohamed Diomande to the club after four years  in Denmark.

Right to Dream Academy’s couple travels to the UK.

The Right to Dream Academy is a football social mobility organization that provides scholarships to exceptional young people on Africa’s west coast.

Based in Ghana, the inspired initiative has produced several young players in recent seasons, the most notable of which is Mohamed Kudus,

who now plays for West Ham.

FC Nordsjaelland has close ties to the Academy,

and two of their initiatives are now making their way to the UK in extremely interesting transactions.

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Rangers are hopeful Mohamed Diomande may help revive the club’s faltering player trading model by making

an impact at Ibrox and perhaps being transferred for a lot of money in the future.

Ibrahim Osman’s ability is demonstrated by the fact that he was plucked directly from Scandinavia,

and Brighton’s recruitment department is well-known for signing youngsters early.

Rangers see Mohamed Diomande’s talent.

Mohamed Diomande made his Rangers debut in the midweek win against Aberdeen, and Ibrox fans got a taste of the Ivorian’s talent.

Flipping the ball nonchalantly over the heads of two Aberdeen defenders and passing to the side, it was a moment that revealed a gifted player.

It will take time for Mohamed Diomande to settle in at Rangers, but there is some enthusiasm about the midfielder.

The same will certainly be true for Ibrahim Osman as he heads to Brighton, but by the time he arrives on the south coast,

fans will be hoping their old teammate has settled into his routine at Ibrox.

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