Manchester City have signed Ghanaian striker Godsway Donyoh from the country's Right to Dream Academy.
The 18-year-old has immediately been loaned out to Swedish Allsvenskan side Djurgarden for the rest of the year.
"Donyoh is a talented player who fits into our style of play and who we quickly took a liking to," Djurgarden manager Magnus Pehrsson said.
"I am happy our relationship with City has resulted in a loan that will hopefully make our team better."
City have a reciprocal relationship with the seven-time Swedish champions that began last year when development director Patrick Vieira and scouting and recruitment operations manager Fergal Harkin visited the club.
The Right to Dream Academy gives underprivileged Ghanaian footballers the opportunity to participate in elite training programmes and international education, and undergo training in personal development and leadership philosophy.