FC Nordsjælland youngster Kamaldeen Sulemana is weighing up his options as he considers offers from Ajax and Manchester United.
That’s according to Bold, who carry comments from Nordsjælland head coach Flemming Pedersen regarding the youngster today.
Sulemana is highly rated in Denmark and has been heavily linked with a move to Europe in recent months, with Manchester United and Ajax both battling for his signature.
It appeared the Dutch side had won the race, but Bold explain that Sulemana has ‘not yet left’ the Danish club.
In fact, he is ‘currently considering his choice’ and is not participating in training at the club to avoid any complications.
According to the website, the Danish market ‘has been flooded’ with stories of interest in the youngster, with Manchester United, Ajax and Bayer Leverkusen all regularly name-checked.
He remains with FC Nordsjælland at this point, although his coach says that is unlikely to be the case for much longer.
“The last thing I have heard is that Kamaldeen has to choose from the options he has, and he has had to do so for a while,” he told Bold.
“So it’s up to him, and I think he is in the process of investigating a little different things, and he would like to visit some places and so on before he makes his final decision.
“I do not expect him to play here, even though nothing has been decided, but I expect him to accept one of the offers he has on hand.”
Bold add Sulemana already turned down an offer from Leverkusen in January, while he also confirmed the offer from Ajax back in May.
They remain keen, but the website adds that ‘it seems’ it is them and Manchester United who are the ‘most serious suitors’ for the youngster, who is seemingly deciding between the two.