Black Stars winger Sulemana signs a permanent deal with Southampton

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Dark Stars winger, Kamaldeen Sulemana has marked a record-breaking four-and-a-half-year manage English Chief Association side, Southampton for a charge of €25 million.

  The 20-year-old pulled in interest from Everton, PSV, and Southampton who were enthusiastic about getting him ready.

After commitment with the player, the previous Rennes man consented to join the Holy people on the exchange day cutoff time yesterday from the French side.

Kamaldeen's transition to the St Mary's was because of the restricted playing time in his ongoing club, Stade Rennes after his return from injury before the end of last year.

As indicated by the chief of Southampton, Nathan Jones, he accepted this was a positive step taken by the club, to bring such an accomplished winger like Kamaldeen Sulemana to assist with supporting the assault of the Holy people.

"He is at a phase in his vocation where we feel he can help us in the quick term, yet in addition proceed to develop and form further into the future," he added.

The winger showed up for his previous club, scoring six objectives and giving four helps an objective shockingly this season.

The Dark Stars forward was named October player of the month in the 2021/22 Ligue 1 season in front of Kylian Mbappe, Leonel Messi, and Neymar Junior following an amazing execution that season.

Kamaldeen is a promising arising ability who is noted for his specialized capacity, spilling, speed, and his ideal wrapping up.

At the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the winger arose as the quickest player in the competition, with a speed increase of 35.7 kilometers each hour.

The forward would join partner Mohammed Salisu in Southampton, expecting a superb season together.

He turns into the new record marking of Southampton overshadowing the underlying £ 20 million charge paid to Liverpool to sign Danny Ings in 2019.


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