Kamaldeen Sulemana, the 16-year-old talented winger could be the subject of a transfer war between two European giants this summer, as both clubs look to tempt the youngster into signing for their club. Ajax and Manchester United could get into a battle of bids this summer transfer window for the services of the young Ghanaian international.
Sulemana, who currently plays for Danish Superliga club FC Nordsjaelland, has been linked to both clubs extensively, although it is reported that Ajax have got a €15 million fee agreed with the Danish club. De Telegraaf, the Dutch news publication has reported that Ajax has already agreed on a deal for the player and the left-winger is in the Netherlands right now for a medical but is waiting for a clear signal.
However, the news outlet also reported that the deal could collapse any moment with English juggernaut Manchester United trying to hijack the deal with a last-minute bid. A few Dutch newspapers, along with Danish newspapers are reporting that there could be late drama in the deal for the highly-rated youngster. United who are already trying to complete deals for big names like Jadon Sancho and defender Raphael Varane, also have an eye on the future and want to sign the 16-year-old who is tipped to be a future superstar.
Ajax has always been favourites to sign the youngster and are still on course to get his signature. However, as with football transfers, there can always be a late twist to the tale. Big clubs hijacking deals at the last minute is not unheard of, and a club like Man United always wants the best players to strengthen their team.
Sulemana is a very talented and gifted youngster. He has already made his debut for the Ghana international senior team, and there is no doubt that he will achieve a lot more. He certainly has a bright future ahead of him and his decision right now could have a big impact on how his career pans out. As of now, it seems like Ajax will beat everyone and walk away with the prize, and the Ajax fans will be waiting in anticipation for their club to sign yet another potential world-beater.