AFC Ajax Amsterdam director of football, Marc Overmars is overly enthusiastic about the signing of young but talented Ghanaian versatile forward Kamaldeen Sulemana after watching him excel and score against FC Copenhagen, Sportsworldghana.com can confirm.
The former Dutch star who spent four days in Denmark to watch the youngster’s training was pleased with the performance of the young lad and has offered a juicy deal to lure the highly-rated to put pen to paper to join the Dutch Eredivisie giants for the upcoming season.
Ajax have decided to double the salaries of the youngster and promise him of more than enough game time to convince the young man to make the switch as they are also prepared to pay eight million euros plus extra two million in add-ons to Nordsjaelland for Sulemana’s signature.
The arrival of Mohammed Kudus to Ajax hasiimpressed Marc Overmars and is ready to spend big to acquire the services of the hotcake attacker before the summer transfer window officially opens.
The director of football affairs was present on Monday evening together with head scout Henk Veldmate were at the Nordsjaelland-Copenhagen (2-2) match to see Kudus’ former teammate Kamaldeen Sulemana (19) at work.
There is a great chance that Overmars has traveled to Denmark with the club’s credit card, because the team from Amsterdam hope to beat the competitors Manchester United, Bayer Leverkusen and Club Brugge in the battle for the multifunctional attacker Sulemana and to convince the Ghanaian that Ajax is the ideal next step in his career, Overmars in the past four days attended training sessions and had a successful discussions with the player.
Ajax has been following the talented Ghana International, who plays and excels at both the left and the right side of attack, for quite some time. The two-time international has been playing for FC Nordsjaelland since February last year and is seen to be the perfect replacement of Quincy Promes at the Johan Cruijff ArenA.
For the past six months, Ajax hired Oussama Idrissi from Seville as a temporary solution.
Sulemana, who scored to put FC Nordsjaelland 1-0 after 49 minutes against Copenhagen under the watchful eye of Veldmate and Overmars, had previously been tagged between six to eight million euros.
But with the young man’s current form haven scored 10 goals and provided three assists in the 2020-21 Danish Superliga, his price tag is expected to exceed €10m due to the constant interest in the Ghanaian by other top clubs in Europe.
With Ajax stepping up their interest to snap him up before its too late, the Wild Tigers (FC Nordsjaelland) may have the luxury to demand for more cash to sell the High-flying wonder-kid.