The 16-year-old midfielder, who is on the books of Dalkurd, enjoyed a successful trial with Stoke and did enough to convince the Premier League side he is worthy of a contract.
He said: 'I stayed there for two weeks but then I had to return home. But we stayed in contact and Stoke offered me a two-year deal and of course I said yes.
'Next month I will become a Stoke City player and I'm over the moon.'
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