Rangers star’s former teammate set to earn £19m Premier League Right to Dream

Rangers star’s former teammate set to earn £19m Premier League Right to Dream

Ibrahim Osman, a striker for FC Nordsjölland and a graduate of the Right to Dream Academy, appears poised to follow Rangers star Mohamed Diomande to the United Kingdom.

Ibrahim Osman
Ibrahim Osman

According to Fabrizio Romano, Brighton of the Premier League has agreed to pay €22.5 million (£19.2 million) to

bring the 19-year-old Ghanaian to the AMEX. It builds on the solid ties that West Ham and Ibrahim Osman had

during the January transfer window; Osman is a young striker who is among the best-regarded in Europe.

If the deal goes through, Osman will join Brighton in the summer and will be the second graduate of the Right to

Dream Academy to leave FC Nordsjælland in as many weeks. Ivorian midfielder Mohamed Diomande will join

Rangers on a loan-to-buy agreement worth £4.3 million after spending four years in Denmark

Pair from Right to Dream Academy travel to the UK

A football-based social mobility initiative called the Right to Dream Academy provides scholarships to gifted children on the west coast of Africa.

Located in Ghana, the inspiring project has produced a number of young people in recent seasons, the most well-

known of whom is probably Mohamed Kudus, who is currently with West Ham. With strong ties to the Academy, FC

Nordsjaelland is currently witnessing two of its projects make very intriguing moves to the UK.

Rangers are hoping that Mohamed Diomande can make an impression at Ibrox and eventually be sold for a high

price, which will help jump-start the club’s stuttering player trading model.

Ibrahim Osman’s ability to have been selected straight out of Scandinavia is a credit to Brighton’s recruitment

department, which is renowned for its skill at acquiring players ahead of schedule.

Rangers see a glimpse of the talent in Mohamed Diomande

In Rangers’ midweek victory over Aberdeen, Mohamed Diomande made his Rangers debut, giving Ibrox supporters

a brief taste of the Ivorian’s talent. A flash of a talented player was displayed when he casually flipped the ball over

the heads of two Aberdeen players and played a pass off to the side.

Although Mohamed Diomande needs some time to get used to life at Rangers, it’s safe to say that the midfield player is excited about his new team.

Ibrahim Osman will probably feel the same way as he makes his way to Brighton, but supporters will be hoping that by the time he arrives on the south coast, his former teammate will be settling in nicely at Ibrox.

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