Ghana and Nordsjaelland central defender Abdul Mumin could join French side Nimes when his current deal at the Danish outfit expires.

Mumin, 21, a product of the esteemed Right to Dream Academy has been stupendous for Nordsjaelland with his output in the suspended season, courting the interest of many sides in Europe.

Reports in France are rife about a possible transfer for Mumin to the French top-flight side, Nimes, when his current deal with Nordsjaelland runs out in June.

He mustered 19 league outings with three Man-of-the-match laurels and a goal [which came against Sonderjyske in a 2-1 comeback victory] to boot in the 2019-2020 campaign which has been suspended due to the escalation of the highly-contagious global pandemic, Coronavirus.

Mumin alongside his Ghanaian compatriots Mohammed Kudus, Isaac Atanga, Clinton Antwi, Ibrahim Sadiq and Kamal Deen Sulemana have been pivotal for Nordsjaelland in the Danish league.

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