Ghana's young talent is aware of the big clubs' interest in him

Tue 11 May 2021 | 16:59

Kamaldeen Sulemana has talked about his ambitions for his future team considering the interests in him.

Ghana’s 19-year-old talent

Kamaldeen Sulemana

has impressed some big European clubs with his performance at


. The young talent says he is aware of the big clubs' interest in him and is ambitious about his future in football.

 Manchester United, Bayer Leverkusen, and Ajax have already shown interest in him and may approach him for a summer move.

Sulemana told


when asked about the presence of Ajax representatives for his latest outing against FC Copenhagen:

"I knew [Marc] Overmars was coming.

"I have always had my motivation. I know they are interested in me and want me.

"They put a bid in for me in January. I said no, I can't move. I wanted to be here and finish the season strongly."

One of his most important factors in choosing where he will play in the future is the ability to show his quality in the Champions League. The Ghana international insists he only wants to show his talent, and he wants to focus on his performance at the moment.

"I just want to play for a very good club.

"I want to play in the Champions League. I want to have playing time at the next team I go to and, any team that could give me that, I would love to go.

"Right now I am trying my best to channel my vision here, focus on my task here because I haven't finished. I have a few games more and then I can have a vacation.

"When the windows are open, that is when I can really put my focus in seeing clubs and talking to them. I haven't personally spoken to any club because I am focused on doing my job here."

source: SportMob

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