FC Nordsjælland winger Kamaldeen Sulemana is reportedly weighing up a number of offers, including one from Manchester United, it has been reported.
Bold claim that the Red Devils are one of a number of clubs who are tracking the teenager and have offered him a chance to leave the Danish club.
The report states Ajax are thought to be leading the race for the 19-year-old’s signature, and Nordsjælland manager Flemming Pedersen thinks the starlet will leave the club.
This comes after The Sun stated back in May that United were preparing an offer for the youngster, who is already playing international football for Ghana.
“The last thing I have heard is that Kamaldeen has to choose from the options he has, and he has had to do so for a while,” Pedersen said.
“So it’s up to him, and I think he is in the process of investigating a little different things, and he would like to visit some places and so on before he makes his final decision.
“I do not expect him to play here, even though nothing has been decided, but I expect him to accept one of the offers he has on hand.”
It sounds like the manager is more than willing to see the teenager move on to better things, probably because he feels Sulemana is ready to step up a level or more.
You want to see United land their primary targets in the transfer market, but also add to the growing list of talent we have brewing in the academy.
We could have too many wingers next season – gone from not having enough.