In the last 48 hours, multiple reports have explained Manchester United and Ajax want Kamaldeen Suleman.

Two days ago, De Telegraaf reported on Tuesday the Dutch side hope to beat the Old Trafford club and others for the winger’s signature.

If that wasn’t enough, Wednesday saw FC Nordsjælland chairman Jan Laursen reveal the Red Devils were one of the clubs who have sent their officials to watch the 19-year-old in action for the Danish side.

The Ghana international has 10 goals and six assists to his name in all competitions this season and had a chat with Nordsjælland coach Flemming Pedersen, who was asked how the player can further improve his game.

“There is a lot missing, because he has a very, very high celling, and it is clear that when he gets even better teammates at some point and gets to play even faster games, so we open the spaces,” he said.

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“There is a lot of focus on him in the Superliga [Danish league], but on an even better team there are also others who will be the focus.”

“He has a very, very high level, and I think that all scouts in Europe have gradually known this for some years, since 2017, when he as a U15 player won a major international tournament in the Netherlands. They were all there… Arsenal, Real Madrid, Red Bull Salzburg and so on.”

When quizzed if he can see Sulemana moving to United, Pedersen said: “Yes, I can. There’s no place he can’t do it.”

Following the Nordsjælland manager’s response, he was then asked whether the teenager is ready to move to the Premier League.

Responding to that, he explained: “Yes, with the right club and the right environment, because what it’s about is also playing time.”

“Although he is ready for one of the major leagues in Europe, it is clear that he cannot get as much playing time if the team already has two or three [players] of his types. Playing time is still important as a young player.”