French Ligue 1 outfit, Olympique Lyonnais has officially secured the services of Ghanaian winger Ernest Nuamah.
The 19-year-old talent makes the move from Danish club FC Nordsjaelland, following an exceptional performance during the previous season.
Although the specific duration of his contract remains undisclosed, Olympique Lyonnais made the announcement through a video on their social media platform on Wednesday night.
While the transfer initially appears straightforward, it bears intricacies not immediately apparent. FC Nordsjaelland, the selling club, had previously revealed the intricacies of the deal.
The Danish Superliga club unveiled that the promising 19-year-old Black Stars forward has been directly loaned to Olympique Lyonnais, despite having initially joined Belgium’s Jupiler Pro League outfit RWD Molenbeek on a permanent basis.
A noteworthy connection exists between these developments, as Eagle Football, the entity behind Olympique Lyonnais, also holds ownership of the recently promoted Belgian top-tier club, RWD Molenbeek.
FC Nordsjaelland officially communicated this information through a statement on their website, bidding farewell to the dynamic teenage sensation as he embarks on the next phase of his career.