Per Sky Sports:
Premier League champions Manchester City have announced the signing of Ghanaian youngster Godsway Donyoh.
The 18-year-old was signed by City after having received his breakthrough at a Ghanian charity organisation called the Right to Dream Academy.
After penning a contract at Eastlands, he has immediately been loaned out to Swedish outfit Djurgardens for the rest of the year.
I can't confess to having heard of the player before and it is certainly a case of 'file under one for the future'. City have a tie in with the Djurgardens and their manager Magnus Pehrsson said of him:
"This is a player we quickly took a liking to. I am happy for our relationship with Manchester City which resulted in a loan which hopefully make our team better."
"The combination that Donyoh is a talented player who fits into our style of play and that Manchester City believes in him makes him an interesting addition to our squad."