Monday, July 22, 2024


Ibrahim Osman, an attacker for Nordsjaelland, is starting to show promise for West Ham United in front of the transfer deadline that occurs next week.

According to HITC Football, West Ham United and Nordsjaelland, a Danish company, have discussed Ghanaian forward Ibrahim Osman.

The teenager is reportedly attracting interest from Brentford, Brighton, Crystal Palace, Everton, and Wolves as well.

However, as they pursue a potential January deal with Osman valued at approximately £15 million by Nordsjaelland, West Ham has escalated talks in recent days.

Ibrahim Osman is following Mohammed Kudus’s lead.
Nordsjaelland is in a difficult situation right now since they could lose two of their best players.

Osman might now depart for West Ham, and playmaker Mohamed Diomande is close to joining Rangers.

Although it would be devastating to lose both players in a matter of days, it would demonstrate that their collaboration with the Right to Dream academy is still strong.

The greatest success story from the Ghana-based institution, which has been sending talent to Nordsjaelland for years, is Mohammed Kudus, a current West Ham player.

Osman and Kudus share a similar trajectory towards fame, and their potential alliance in East London would be a source of pride for the Right to Dream academy.

Mohammed Kudus, a current West Ham player, is the biggest success story from the Ghana-based organization, which has been bringing players to Nordsjaelland for years.

Osman and Kudus have comparable paths to prominence, thus the Right to Dream academy would be proud of their possible partnership in East London.

Who is Osman, the West Ham target?
Ironically, Osman, 19, entered Nordsjaelland in 2023 and made his debut in February, taking Nuamah’s place as a substitute.

Osman, a left-winger by trade but can also play centrally and on the right flank, has contributed five assists and four goals this season across all competitions.

Osman’s speed has been lauded by manager Johannes Hoff Thorup, who also realized that Nordsjaelland would have a hard time holding onto him.

Now that Osman looks like a player for the future rather than someone who can make an immediate impact in the Premier League, West Ham looks poised to take advantage.

Yachiga Tavershima
Yachiga Tavershima
Soccer Blogger with a keen eye for detailed reportage. I bring the latest drama in the most dramatic way


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