The 17-year old joined the Blues from his boyhood club Malaga and soon grabbed the attention of the fans with his performances in the U18s, despite being just 16 at the time.
His efforts earned him a regular place in Jason Wilcox's starting XI in the 2015/16 season and starred as the Blues reached the FA Youth Cup final.
2016/17 was another good season for Brahim as he made his first team debut under Pep Guardiola in the EFL Cup against Swansea as a second half substitute.
He signed his first professional contract the following week, agreeing a three-year deal to keep him at the Club until 2019.
His main role is just behind the striker but his flexibility allows him to play on either wing as well with the Spanish youngster utilising both feet.
As well as starring as club level, Brahim is a regular fixture in the Spanish youth setup and most recently featured for the U19s.
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Wednesday July 26
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