Swedish topflight fold BK Häcken have announced the signing of Ghanaian youngster Ibrabim Sadiq from Danish fold FC Nordsjælland.
The 21-year old joins on a 3-year deal for an undisclosed fee after successful negotiations and passing mandatory medicals.
“BK Häcken continues to strengthen the squad for this year’s season and has now finished with 21-year-old Ibrahim Sadiq. The Ghanaian winger joins from Danish FC Nordsjälland and the contract is written over the 2025 season.
“After four seasons in Danish North Zealand, Ibrahim Sadiq replaces Right to Dream Park with Hisingen and Bravida Arena. During the current season in the Danish Super League, he managed six appearances, two of which from the start,” the Swedish side announced on their website.
Speaking to the club’s website for the first time, the former Ghanaian youth star expressed his happiness to join the Swedish side.
“am very happy to be ready for BK Häcken and have received a very good reception from the entire organization. Häcken is a well-known club for me as I have played Gothia Cup on three occasions and won gold all the time. I know that the club has followed me over the years and I am happy to finally be here,” Ibrahim Sadiq told the club’s website.
Sadiq started his career in Ghana with Right to Dream Academy before moving to Europe to join Nordsjælland in 2018.
“After four years in Denmark, which has felt like a second home for me, I am ready to try new challenges and go outside my safety zone. I’m here to have a great season with the team and win titles. I look forward to playing for the supporters, showcasing my talent and contributing as much joy as I can,” the 21-year old added.
Sporting Director of the club, Martin Ericsson after the signing said: “Ibrahim is a player with extreme speed and resilience, while he has a good technique to complement it with. It feels very exciting to be able to take part in his top qualities, at the same time as we can be sure that he has received a good education at Right to Dream and North Zealand.
“He has long been ranked highly as a great talent, but we believe that there is a great development potential left, which we hope and believe we can achieve in the yellow-black shirt,” he added.
The Right to Dream graduate has represented Ghana at the U-17 and U-20 level. He’s one of many youngsters to have been nurtured by Joshua Awuah, popularly known as “Ayoba”.