Capped twice by Denmark, the Ugandan-born 21-year-old came through Midtjylland's youth system and his efforts to help his side secure the 2015 Danish league title attracted the interest of a slew of top European clubs.
"He has earned it," Midtjylland sporting director Claus Steinlein said in a statement. "He has both a huge talent and an enormous will, desire and hunger to be a football player."
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