Jeremy Seethal, the Head of African recruitment at the Right to Dream Academy, has made the revelation that Ghanaian attacker Kamaldeen Sulemana is a greater admirer of Barcelona and Brazil legend Ronaldinho Gaucho.
Seethal is credited as the one who discovered the brilliant young forward when he was only 11 years old.
Kamaldeen Sulemana went on to play for Danish club FC Nordsjaelland then moved on to French Ligue 1 outfit Stade Rennais FC after he was recruited by the Right to Dream Academy.
The Black Stars winger moved from the French club to the English Premier League outfit Southampton in a multimillion-dollar deal on Tuesday night.
Jeremy Seethal told FTF in an interview that, Kamaldeen is a willing learner and used to watch tons of Ronaldinho footage when he was at the Academy in Ghana.
He disclosed that the talented winger used to confidently call himself Gaucho.
It is expected that Sulemana’s signing will give Southampton the needed help in escaping the drop in the current EPL season.