Kamal Deen Sulemana, Mohammed Diomande Named Among 50 Young Footballers To Watch Out For In 2021

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Right to Dream Academy graduates, midfielder Mohammed Diomande Baba and forward Kamal Deen Sulemana has been shortlisted among the 50 young footballers to look out for in 2021.

The duo were part of Nordsjaelland’s feeder team based in Ghana before joining the Danish outfit, in the winter of 2020.

Nordsjælland’s young Ghanaian Kamal Deen has taken the Superliga by storm. The left-winger is a great dribbler who has an eye for goal and an assist; already capped at senior level he is expected to glitter in the ensuing year.

Additionally, Diomande is an enigmatic player who has been in Denmark for less than a year but is already feared by any opponent assigned the task of marking him. A central or left midfielder who acts as a playmaker.

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This list was selected by UEFA.com reporters, correspondents and editors and is not intended to rival more established awards.

Below is the full names of the UEFA.com 50 youngsters to watch for 2021:

Paulos Abraham (SWE, 18 – AIK)

Tyler Adams (USA, 20 – Leizpig)

Sergio Arribas (ESP, 19 – Real Madrid)

Mitchel Bakker (NED, 20 – Paris)

Jude Bellingham (ENG, 17 – Dortmund)

Jens Cajuste (SWE, 21 – Midtjylland)

Riccardo Calafiori (ITA, 18 – Roma)

David Carmo (POR, 21 – Braga)

Charles De Ketelaere (BEL, 19 – Club Brugge)

Yusuf Demir (AUT, 17 – Rapid Wien)

Amad Diallo (CIV, 18 – Atalanta)

Mohammed Diomande (CIV, 18 – Nordsjælland)

Igor Diveev (RUS, 21 – CSKA Moskva)

Jeremy Doku (BEL, 18 – Rennes)

Radu Drăgușin (ROU, 18 – Juventus)

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Roman Evgenyev (RUS, 21 – Dinamo Moskva)

Wahidullah ‘Wahid’ Faghir (DEN, 17 – Vejle)

Wesley Fofana (FRA, 19 – Leicester)

Gianluca Frabotta (ITA, 21, Juventus)

Amine Gouiri (FRA, 20 – Nice)

Ryan Gravenberch (NED, 18 – Ajax)

Joško Gvardiol (CRO, 18 – Dinamo Zagreb, on loan from Leipzig)

Jens Petter Hauge (NOR, 21 – AC Milan)

Ísak Bergmann Jóhannesson (ISL, 17 – IFK Norrköping)

Curtis Jones (ENG, 19 – Liverpool)

Boubacar Kamara (FRA, 21 – Marseille)

Orkun Kökçü (TUR, 19 – Feyenoord)

Ladislav Krejčí (CZE, 21 – Sparta Praha)

Takefusa Kubo (JAP, 19 – Villarreal, on loan from Real Madrid)

Marash Kumbulla (ALB, 20 – Roma)

Stanislav Magkeev (RUS, 21 – Lokomotiv Moskva)

Daniel Maldini (ITA, 19 – AC Milan)

Giorgi Mamardashvili (GEO, 20 – Locomotive Tbilisi)

Nuno Mendes (POR, 18 – Sporting CP)

Youssoufa Moukoko (GER, 16 – Dortmund)

Yunus Musah (USA, 18 – Valencia)

Jamal Musiala (ENG, 17 – Bayern)

Noah Okafor (SUI, 20 – Salzburg)

Marcus Holmgren Pedersen (NOR, 20 – Molde)

Pedri (ESP, 18 – Barcelona)

Abdallah Sima, (SEN, 19 – Slavia Praha)

Kamaldeen Sulemana (GHA, 18 – Nordsjælland)

Ravil Tagir (TUR, 17 – İstanbul Başakşehir)

Malick Thiaw (FIN, 19 – Schalke)

Anatolii Trubin (UKR, 19 – Shakhtar Donetsk)

Christos Tzolis (GRE, 18 – PAOK)

Fábio Vieira (POR, 20 – FC Porto)

Owen Wijndal (NED, 21 – AZ)

Florian Wirtz (GER, 17 – Leverkusen)

Illia Zabarnyi (UKR, 18 – Dynamo Kyiv)

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