Ali Reghba has left Bohemians ahead of signing with Leicester City.
The 19-year-old, who can play as a striker or winger, confirmed on Thursday that he would be departing the Bohs, who he signed a short-term deal with in February.
The Leicester Mercury says Reghba spent time with Steve Beaglehole's development squad in January, netting twice and winning in a penalty for the Foxes' Under-23s in a 3-0 win against Swansea City, and featuring in a 1-0 defeat of Everton.
It was reported in February that City would sign him up this summer, and Reghba is readying for a move to the Foxes.
He posted to social media: "Thank you to @bfcdublin for everything over the past two seasons.
"Some big, big memories that will stay with me forever and very thankful for all the coaches and staff that have helped me on my journey to where I am now made some friends for life on the way too."