Man United started talks with No.10 Ghana international

Kamaldeen Sulemana could be on the verge of a move to a top club, having become one of the hot prospects in the transfer market this summer. Ghana international is already courted by Man United, while Ajax, Bayer Leverkusen and Olympique Lyon are keeping a close eye on his development.

Nordsjaelland, though, could demand nearly €12m for the services of Kamaldeen, who has recently won Danish Superliga Player of the Month and Young Player of the Month awards simultaneously in April, becoming the first footballer in the tournament’s history to do so.

It is perhaps enough to suggest the success Kamaldeen has had since his move to Nordsjaelland last summer. Signed on a free transfer from the Right to Dream academy in Ghana, the 19-year-old winger has already been involved in a total of ten goals in only 20 Superligaen games this campaign.

The Ghanaian forward’s contributions in the final third have been useful in helping Nordsjaelland remain in the top six. He is, in fact, the club’s most productive footballer, which hasn’t gone unnoticed at all, as evident by the interest shown by Man United among many other teams around Europe.

There is no secret that Man United are in the market for a new forward this summer, with the Norwegian manager keen on bolstering his attacking options.

One of their priority targets has been Jadon Sancho of Borussia Dortmund, but the club has shown the desire to try their luck with young players as well and it has been evident in the development of players like Scott McTominay, Mason Greenwood and Aaron Wan-Bissaka in recent years.