Ghana forward Kamaldeen Sulemana is attracting interest from English giants Manchester United.
The FC Nordsjaelland attacker, also a target of Dutch champions Ajax, is courting the attention of Ole Gunnar Solskjær's men following an amazing campaign in Denmark.
Sulemana is enjoying a good season with the Wild Tigres, having bagged nine goals in the 2020/21 campaign, five goals better than his first year.
His performances have seen him attract interests from France, England, and the Netherlands with Ajax football director Marc Overmas confirming the club has made contact with the Danish outfit.
"Of course, [Sulemana] has been performing fantastically in recent months,” ex-Arsenal winger Overmars told ESPN. “I did have some contact with the club, and now Ajax are being mentioned every week as an interested party.
“Every club tries to put their players in the shop window, [but] at the moment we already have some wingers of our own. We’ll see calmly what will happen before we make any big steps.”
According to reports, FC Nordsjaelland have set a price tag of 10 million pounds for the 19-year-old.
The teen sensation is highly rated in Europe and could follow the footsteps of former teammate Mohammed Kudus, who joined Ajax last summer.
Sulemana moved to Denmark in 2020 from the Right to Dream Academy.