Man Utd target Kamaldeen keen to leave Nordsjaelland this summer

Martin Macdonald
Man Utd target Kamaldeen keen to leave Nordsjaelland this summer

Reported Manchester United target Kamaldeen Sulemana believes he is ready to make the step-up from Danish football to a more challenging league and would be open to leaving Nordsjaelland this summer.

Kamaldeen only joined Nordsjaelland in January of 2020 but has already made enough of an impression that bigger clubs from around Europe have taken notice of his talents.

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Since his move to Denmark he has started 32 times in the Superliga and scored 14 goals and recorded three assists.

Ajax reportedly attempted to sign him in January, and Kamaldeen has confirmed this, telling Discovery+ :

“I knew [Marc Overmars, Ajax director] Overmars was coming (to scout him). 

“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.”

Could Kamaldeen sign for Man Utd?

The three clubs believes to hold the keenest interest in Kamaldeen are Ajax, Man Utd, and Leverkusen.

Though Man Utd would undoubtedly be a dream move of sorts for the young winger, judging by his latest comments, he will likely find a club where he is more likely to play more often before the next step to a more elite side – though preferably in the Champions League.

“I just want to play for a very good club,” the Ghanaian said.

“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.”