Wrexham left back Jordan Davies will be transferring to Brighton and Hove Albion with immediate effect, for an undisclosed fee.
He travelled to the Amex Stadium for a medical, after agreeing terms with the Seagulls.
Jordan becomes the second Wrexham scholar to switch to the Championship in recent months, after Johnny Smith joined Bristol City last summer.
Born in Wrexham and living in Coedpoeth with is family, he first signed for the Reds as a nine-year-old and has been with us ever since.
Working his way up through the schoolboy ranks and being offered a scholarship in 2015.
A regular with both our Youth and Reserve teams, his consistent performances pushed him to the edge of the first team. While also seeing him capped by Wales at Under-17 level and training with the U19s.
His displays in pre-season impressed watching supporters. before joining Welsh Premier League side Bangor City on loan in August and easily stepping up to regular senior football.
In all, he played 14 league games for the Citizens, with scouts from a number of Premier League and EFL clubs keeping tabs on him, before he returned to the Racecourse.
Offers from a number of clubs have been received and the player has been kept fully informed of interest, until it was finally agreed by all parties to accept this latest interest from Brighton.
Jordan was named on the bench for last Saturday’s home victory over Woking, but now heads to the south coast without making his debut for the Reds.