Born in Okija, Nigeria, Bright Osayi-Samuel initially moved to Spain with his family, before touching down in England when he was 10 years old.
After initially moving to Woolwich in London, Osayi-Samuel concluded his years as a youth player with Blackpool.
Graduating through the club’s academy and into the first-team set up, the exciting winger made his debut during a narrow 1-0 defeat to Sheffield Wednesday as a 17-year-old.
Spending two-and-a-half professional years with The Seasiders, the 23-year-old netted five times and assisted six in 79 matches, and whilst these are not the most impressive numbers, he emerged as a constant threat and source of chances for his side.
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He was also an integral part of the Blackpool side who were promoted from League 2 during the 2016/17 campaign.
Osayi-Samuel then completed his move to QPR in September 2017, and whilst still being a teenager, he was given lots of game time in the Championship.
During his first campaign at second-tier level, he netted once in 18, following that up with two goals in 27 the season after.
His first campaign of Championship football proved to be quite productive, with Osayi-Samuel netting five times and adding nine assists throughout the campaign.
The winger then made an equally strong start to the 2020/21 Championship season, scoring three and assisting three before the new year.
However, in January he put pen-to-paper on a pre-contract agreement with Fenerbahce, and he was set to join the Turkish giants at the end of the season.
However, he ended up joining the Turkish outfit in January, netting once in what remained of the season.
In eight games this term, Osayi-Samuel has eight league goals to his name but he is yet to register an assist.