The Norwegian striker has completed a move to Chelsea.
But the 16-year-old striker will join the Blues Academy where he will continue his career.
Chelsea have signed their first player since their transfer ban was reduced, and the footballer is 16-year-old Norwegian striker Bryan Fiabema. According to the report on The Sun, Fiabema impressed while on trial with Chelsea and he will now join the Blues’ Academy.
The teenager will officially make the move in January, joining from Tromso, having made his debut for the Norwegian side in July. Fiabema has already made his senior debut in Norway with current club Tromso after playing in the game against FK Haugesund in July. He will be watched by Chelsea manager Frank Lampard whose admiration for highly-rated talents knows no bound this season.
Fiabema will go into the Chelsea academy rather than the first team squad, working with Andy Myers and Ed Brand. The new signing is a forward that has made appearances for Norway’s Under-15, Under-16 and Under-17 sides, scoring at all three levels.
Players like Mason Mount, Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori all graduated from Chelsea Academy and they have been in the Blues’ first team this season. Meanwhile, Chelsea are expected to sign more players when the January transfer window opens as Frank Lampard is said to have been given £150 million to buy fresh legs.