It has been revealed by Daily Mail that, English Premier League side Newcastle United FC want Ghanaian forward Kamaldeen Sulemana. Sulemana is Ghanaian winger and he is known very well with his dribbling abilities and goal contributions to both his club, Rennes and the national team, the Black Stars of Ghana.
The current news going on about the player is that Newcastle United have asked about Kamaldeen Sulemana. This happened after Newcastle United pulled out of Leeds United player Jack Harrison's negotiation deal. Newcastle ask about Rennes winger Kamaldeen Sulemana having rejected Leeds' £35m ask for Harrison.
Newcastle have established they want a winger this summer and since they haven’t matched Leeds valuation of Jack Harrison, an alternative has been targeted. And fortunately for the Ghanaian, he is the one Newcastle United are interested in signing.
According to Daily Mail, Kamaldeen Sulemana is on the club’s radar and might cost less than Jack Harrison asking price.
Kamaldeen Sulemana was signed by Rennes in a deal worth £17m and his current value is around £30m.
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