Man United are the frontrunners to sign Nordsjaelland striker, Kamaldeen Sulemana.
This summer is a massive one for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Manchester United. Progress has certainly been made, though there’s much work ahead if we’re to challenge for major titles season-in-season-out.
Signing the right players is an integral part of any successful club. United have the chance to close the gap with a top transfer window in 2021.
The latest name to be linked with a move to Old Trafford is Kamaldeen Sulemana, who plies his trade for Nordsjaelland in Denmark.
According to Football Insider, United are in pole position to sign the 19-year-old, while they have ‘made clear’ their intentions to outbid rivals Ajax.
Sulemana is a versatile forward, who has scored ten goals in 26 league appearances during his breakthrough campaign.
As of right now, it’s claimed United are the favourites to sign the young man from Ghana, after talks took place earlier this week.
It’s thought that United are ready to meet the £15million asking price to acquire Sulemana, which in the modern-day game is a relatively cheap fee for a player who could easily give you a decade of service, all going well.
Everything isn’t as rosy as it seems, though. Due to new Brexit rules, Sulemana doesn’t have enough points to gain a work permit to play in England. That could change if the youngster is given one more cap for Ghana, or the Danish Superliga climbs one more space in Europe’s coefficient rankings.
Ghana’s next match takes place on June 8th, so hopefully, Sulemana is involved in order to allow United to make their move – should that be deemed the correct course of action by manager Solskjaer.
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