Mukhammadali Urinboev has joined Brentford B on a six-month loan, subject to international clearance.
Following the completion of his loan, the Bees have the option to make Urinboev's move permanent at the end of the season.
Ali, as the attacking midfielder is commonly referred to, will link up with Neil MacFarlane’s men after joining from Uzbekistan Super League side Pakhtakor.
The 18-year-old made his debut for the Pakhtakor first-team at 16 and has gone on to make a further 17 appearances since then.
Ali has also made three appearances in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League.
He has represented Uzbekistan at various youth levels and is the captain of the Under-18 team.
On joining Brentford on loan, Ali said: "First of all, I am very happy to join such a great club and I want to say a massive thanks to my family, and everyone at Pakhtakor, for everything they have done for me.
"It is the dream of every young player to be in the Premier League and I am excited to be another step closer to where I want to be. Now l will work hard and show the world what Uzbek players are capable of."