Ghana international, Kamaldeen Sulemana says he wants to focus on his game at club level until a good offer is made available.
The Nordsjaelland sensation has been in blistering form for his club in the 2020/21 Danish Super League.
Kamaldeen, 19 , has appeared on the radar of top European clubs following his sterling performance for the Danish club.
The Right to Dream Academy product says he wants to channel his energy into the remaining games before thinking about moving away.
“Right now I’m just trying my best to channel my vision here and focus on my task here in FC Nordsjaelland because I haven’t finished, I have got few more games to finish.
“After that I have a vacation and that is when I can focus on seeing clubs and talking to clubs because I haven’t personally spoken to any club because I’m more focused on doing my job here [Nordsjaelland].” Kamaldeen said.
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Kamaldeen on Monday scored his season’s 10th goal when Nordsjaelland were held by FC Copenhagen to a 2-2 draw at the Right to Dream Park on match day 29.
He has provided six assists so far this season for club side.
Following his eye catching performances, he has courted the interest of Dutch giants, Ajax Amsterdam whose director of football, Marc Overmars watched him play against Copenhagen.
Reports indicate that, Ajax have had a £10 million bid rejected by Nordsjaelland in January but are bent on snapping up the youngster this time.
He has also appeared on the wish list of English giants, Manchester United and rumours are that, Liverpool have joined the race for his signature.
Kamaldeen made the switch to Europe in January 2020, signing a five-and-a-half-year deal upon turning 18 a month later.
By Muftawu Adamu