Ghanaian teenager Levy Nene excited about move to FC Nordsjaelland




Ghanaian teenage sensation Levy Nene has expressed his excitement after completing a move to FC Nordsjaelland ahead of the next season.


The 18-year-old joins Nordsjaelland on a permanent deal from the Right to Dream Academy and is set to continue his development at the Danish club. He is expected to travel to Farum at the end of the current season to join the team.


Nene joins Stephen Acquah as the latest Right to Dream Academy players to sign with FC Nordsjaelland, following in the footsteps of Araphat Mohammed and Caleb Yirenkyi. Known for his exceptional dribbling skills, Nene has been widely tipped for a successful football career.


After his unveiling, Nene shared his enthusiasm for his new adventure in Denmark. “I am super excited to have signed the contract with FC Nordsjaelland. I see it as a fantastic opportunity to be part of such a talented environment. I can’t wait to get started and give everything I have on the pitch,” he said.


The attacking midfielder, who is also eligible to play for Ivory Coast, has yet to make an appearance for any of Ghana’s national teams. Like other graduates from the Right to Dream Academy, Nene is expected to follow the path of notable alumni such as West Ham star Mohammed Kudus, Kamaldeen Sulemana of Southampton, and Osman Ibrahim, who is set to join Brighton and Hove Albion in the Premier League.

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