Ghanaian rising star Osman Ibrahim could potentially face disciplinary action for allegedly violating regulations set by the Danish Football Association regarding football agents.
The specific regulation in question, Circular 125, point 13, outlines the guidelines concerning player representation.
Reports indicate that the 19-year-old forward, currently in discussions with Brighton & Hove Albion, has engaged the services of agent Mitch Bakkovens and the British agency Unique Sports, led by Will Salthouse.
This decision has raised eyebrows as Ibrahim is still under contract with his existing agent, Darryl Powell, with an agreement valid until December 1, 2024.
Sources from Denmark suggest that this action might prompt disciplinary measures against Osman Ibrahim.
According to the Danish Football Association’s regulations, violations of Circular 125, point 13, could result in sanctions such as disapproval, warning, fines, or suspension.
The Danish Football Association is currently investigating the situation, and if Ibrahim is found to have contravened the regulation, he could face penalties.
As Ibrahim looks forward to starting his journey with Brighton in the upcoming summer, he will be hoping to navigate this situation without facing any disciplinary repercussions, allowing him to focus on advancing his career.