Liverpool Eye Ghana Winger Kamaldeen Sulemana As ‘Future’ Successor To Mohammed Salah

English giants Liverpool are shifting their focus to the upcoming superstar Kamaldeen Sulemana, who could be the future successor of Liverpool’s Egyptian player Mohammed Salah.

The Stade Rennais forward, who is just behind Mohammed Salah as the in-form player, is among one of Europe’s five top leagues drawing interest in the Reds.

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According to Liverpool Echo, Sulemana has been named on the list of players the manager Jürgen Klopp is weighing as a replacement for his stars who are approaching their 30s.

Liverpool have been keeping an eye on the performance of RB Lipezig’s Karim Adeyemi, Jeremy Doku of Stade Rennes and Federico Chiesa of Juventus. Sulemana is also among those who are being watched by Liverpool.

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Kamaldeen Sulemana has been in amazing form since joining the French team, scoring five goals in just 14 games across all competitions for The Red and Blacks.

The teenager sensation was in the sights of numerous top clubs, including Ajax as well as Manchester United, before deciding to relocate to France and is experiencing his very first year.

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