The Imps have bolstered their midfield options with the capture of Lasse Sorensen on a permanent deal.
Sorensen, a Denmark youth international who has represented his country up to U20 level, joins from Championship side Stoke City for an undisclosed fee. The 21-year-old has signed a long-term contract with the Imps.
Director of Football Jez George said: “We are really pleased that we have been able to sign a player of Lasse’s quality. We identified him as a player some time ago that we wanted to bring to the club and our persistence has now been rewarded.
“Lasse is a type of signing that we can now say is typical of Lincoln City. He has real potential to develop but is also ready to contribute immediately and make a big impact in the team.
"His profile as a player is a perfect fit for our style of play and Michael is really looking forward to working with him. We are delighted that Lasse has signed a long-term contract as he has the potential to be a real asset for the club."
Sorensen began his career with Danish Superliga side Esbjerg fB before joining Stoke City in 2016 - making his Premier League debut for the club two years later. He made 34 appearances on loan with MK Dons last season.