Ghana international Kamaldeen Sulemana has made the final list of nominees for the CAF young player of the year award for 2022.
The Stade Rennes of France player, is in the final list alongside Dango Quatarra of Burkina Faso, Karim Konate of the Ivory Coast, Pape Matar Sarr of Senegal and Hannibal Mejbri of Tunisia for the award.
Sulemana, has broken through to be a key member of the Ghana national team and, he is in line to feature for the Black Stars at the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Qatar later this year baring any injury worries.
He was also one of the stand out performers in the French Ligue One for Rennes and, his exploits is being noticed by several clubs across Europe.
The Ghana international will become the first player from the West African nation to win the award if he is chosen ahead of his competitors.
The player came out of the now famous Right to Dream academy in Ghana before heading to Denmark to continue with his development.
He has been linked with several clubs during this transfer window and, it will be interesting to see whether Stade Rennes will be interested in trading a player they hold in high esteem with next season approaching.
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