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Everton 'exploring' deal for young Ghanaian winger

| 16/01/2023 13comments  |  Jump to last

Everton are looking at Ghana international Kamaldeen Sulemana after it emerged he is open to leaving  Stade Rennais this month.

Augsburg and Bournemouth are also credited with interest in the 20-year-old, who has been capped 15 times at international level, in what could be a loan deal with an option to buy in the summer.

Sulemana played 45 times for FC Nordsjaelland in Denmark, scoring 14 times and has 45 appearances under his belt for Rennes so far with six goals and four assists.

Primarily a left-winger, he travelled to Qatar for the 2022 World Cup and made two appearances off the bench in the Group phase.

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According to Fabrizio Romano, Everton are looking at a potential loan-to-buy deal for Sulemana who is seeking more regular game time. 

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Joe Digney
1 Posted 16/01/2023 at 19:21:41
Never heard of him in me life… get him in.
Alan Johnson
2 Posted 16/01/2023 at 19:47:50
Seems Bournemouth are interested. Which means we have no chance of competing...
James Newcombe
3 Posted 16/01/2023 at 19:49:19
Seemed quite handy at the World Cup, we’ve been linked with worse
John Graham
4 Posted 16/01/2023 at 19:59:44
More like the type of player we need to take a chance on.
Maybe a little lightweight for the premier but worth a go.
Peter Carpenter
5 Posted 16/01/2023 at 20:07:40
Sorry, he just signed for Bournemouth.
Gavin Johnson
6 Posted 16/01/2023 at 20:17:48
His goalscoring record is on parr with Dwight McNeil. I don't care about the potential if there's no end product. We need impact and goals!

We're been seriously linked with 31-year-old Devan Zepata too. Great goalscoring record in the past but has scored 1 in 11 this season after a bad injury, so it would be a gamble.

Rob Halligan
7 Posted 16/01/2023 at 20:20:26
Peter, are you getting mixed up with Dango Ouattara, who has just agreed to sign for Bournemouth? I cannot see anything about Sulemana signing them.
Robert Tressell
8 Posted 16/01/2023 at 21:04:48
He's quite an interesting player - was developed at the same Danish club as Kudus of Ajax, Nordsjaeland who partner with academies set up by an ex pat Man Utd fan in West Africa.

Sulemana would have been a good player to buy low cost and then develop on loan - like Onyekuru. But he's not a player we can expect to come in and make a difference now.

I notice today the rumours have switched from the likes of Moffi and Ouattara to cheaper more realistic targets available for nominal fees (Felipe), loan (Sulemana) or in the case of Zapata, injury hit, out of form and surplus to requirements at Atalanta.

Basically we're scrabbling around for anyone we can get.

Peter Carpenter
9 Posted 16/01/2023 at 21:11:16
Sorry, Rob. I was joking.
Chris Donnelly
10 Posted 17/01/2023 at 07:40:31
Why don't we just go for an out and out striker, Gabriel Barbosa is an animal, who scores lots of goals, better than Costa when he was at his best.

We keep looking at these African players, they may be ok, but they have time off every 2years, cast the net further for quality. I'd even go cap in hand to Spurs and ask for Richalison back on loan, it's that desperate for us right now!!!

Why are we looking at players that are too old, not proven and just want to come for the stupid money we offer to below par players!!

We are a laughing stock of a club, we have no identity apart from mugs, there is zero passion with the playing staff, we need to fight for everything, and not just for 20 mins every game, but for 99 mins every game. The players are scared of their own shadows.

This disaster of a situation that the club finds itself in, is down to sub-standard players on very high wages, that don't give a flying fuck about the club, a board that was stupid enough to sign off on these sub-standard players, and a turnover of managers that will never stabilise the club.

We need stability and passion from everyone!!!

This fucking club is sending me loopy!!! Why can we see the problems, and the board can't??? Dumb fucking twats!!!!

Chris Donnelly
11 Posted 17/01/2023 at 07:43:51
Just seen a winger that is banging goals in for fun, did anyone know Ademola Lookman is playing for Atlanta? He has been banging them in for fun over there!! Why the hell did we let him leave???

Better than what we have ended up with!!!

Robert Tressell
12 Posted 17/01/2023 at 08:29:10
Chris # 10,

"Why are we looking at players that are too old, not proven..."

It's because we have the most serious financial problems of any club in the top flight.

Matthew Williams
13 Posted 17/01/2023 at 13:02:29
Yet another Winger?...we need Strikers NOW.

Sadly we seem fucking obsessed with buying foreign players?

Try further down the leagues here in the U.K first and foremost.

We simply NEVER learn.

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