Denmark Superliga side FC Nordsjaelland have bid young Ghana International Ernest Nuamah farewell after departing the club this summer.
The Ghanaian teen sensation signed for French Ligue 1 giant Olympic Lyon on a season long loan deal with a mandatory purchase option.
The Red and Yellow Wild Tigers have expressed their profound gratitude to the player following his move to Lyon.
FC Nordsjaelland’s statement reads, “Ernest has gone through an explosive development, and the great interest means that we feel privileged to have had him in the team throughout the initial part of the season, where he also managed to make a decisive difference.“
The statement goes on to praise Nuamah’s accomplishments: “He has burned up the Superliga, and the great development, the many recognitions and this change is another example of the synergies and the fantastic education that goes all the way up through the academies and up to the first teams.“
“We are always proud to see our academy players take the leap to the next level and he will always be part of the Right to Dream and FCN family. We look forward to that while at the same time, we wish Ernest all the best all the best with the next step and, not least, thank him very much for his efforts and his great influence on the positive development for the team and FC Nordsjælland.“