Kamal Deen’s Sumptuous Strike Leaves Ajax Scribe On Scouting Duty Drooling Over Prospective Signing

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Ghanaian teenage sensation Kamaldeen Sulemana is certainly one the biggest revelations of the Danish Superliga this season after he hit double figures on his return from suspension to score at home against FC Copenhagen on Monday night to impress Ajax Director of football Marc Overmars.

The red-hot forward has now netted 10 goals in his full debut season in Denmark.

Overmars was on scouting duty as the Dutch giants prepare a mouthwatering deal to sign the 19-year old in the summer.

Sulemana netted the opener for FC Nordsjaelland when they drew 2-2 with FC Copenhagen in the Danish Superliga.

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The former Right to Dream Academy graduate, missed Nordsjaelland’s previous league game due to accumulated of yellow cards.

His return was a massive boost for the Red and Yellows, who struggled in their last game against FC Midtjylland without the Ghanaian.

Three minutes into the second half of the match after a goalless first 45 minutes, Sulemana unleashed a left-footed strike from inside the box into the bottom left corner to put the Red and Yellows in the lead.

Nordsjaelland’s joy was cut short two minutes after taking the lead as Jens Stage grabbed the equalizer for the visitors to restore parity on the 51st minute mark.

Martin Frese hit the back of the net on 68 minutes to put the hosts 2-1 but Stage took three minutes to grab his second to make it all square again to make sure it ended 2-2.

Kamaldeen’s man of the match performance left Overmas greatly impressed.

The Dutch great is expected to convince Ajax chairman Frank Eijken and Chief Executive Edwin Van der Sar to improve the club’s bid for the youngster.

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Ajax have already had a £10million bid turned down for the winger in the January transfer window.

They must act fast because in recent weeks there have been reported interest from other European heavyweights including Manchester United and Bayern Munich.

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