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Friday, 04 June 2021 18:47

FC Nordsjaelland identify Celtic kid Karamoko Dembele as replacement for 'hot cake' Ghanaian sensation Kamaldeen Sulemana

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Danish SuperLiga side FC Nordsjaelland have identified Karamoko Dembele as replacement for Kamaldeen Sulemana who is on the verge of joining a new club this summer, according to the Scottish Sun Newspaper.


The Celtic kid has a year left on his deal and is attracting interest from across Europe.

But ambitious Danish outfit Nordsjaelland want Dembele as a replacement for star man Kamaldeen Sulemana.
English Premier League giants Manchester United, Liverpool FC and Ajax Amsterdam are the frontrunner clubs tracking the 19-year-old Ghanaian wonderkid.
FC Nordsjaelland are already working on his replacement and Celtic's Dembele is top of their list following an imminent move from the Right To Dream Stadium outfit in the upcoming summer transfer window.
The Danes wanted the 18-year-old in January but opted against lodging an offer. They have continued to monitor the England youth star and could launch a bid in this transfer window.
Nordsjaelland finished fifth in the Danish Superliga last season but have a massive reputation for developing youngsters.
And club chiefs believe Dembele would be a perfect fit after scouting him for a long time.
The Celtic kid burst onto the scene in 2016 when he played in a reserve game aged just 13.
He then made a first-team debut under Neil Lennon in 2018/19 - but barely featured last term.
Dembele made five appearances in total and scored in the 4-0 win over St Johnstone at Parkhead in May.
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