Highly rated Ghanaian youngster Ibrahim Sadiq has been catching the eye of first team coaches at FC Nordjaelland since joining them as a trainee at the beginning of the year.
The Right to Dream Academy Star who has been training as an apprentice with the second team of the Danish giants has excelled and made great strides in his development.
Ghanaguardian.com understands that the club’s hierarchy are considering a permanent move for the talented attacker as they reckon he has all the markings to be a great footballer.
The 17-year-old has put up a number of top class performances and scored some great goals as well, his latest being the opener in the reserve team’s 2-2 draw against Malmo in Sweden on Tuesday.
Ibrahim was one of Ghana’s brightest stars at the 2017 FIFA U17 World Cup tournament held in India where the Starlets exited at the quarterfinals stage.
He was the match winner and Man of the Match in Ghana’s opening day victory against Colombia, scoring the only goal of the game.