The Ghana Football Association has confirmed that Nordsjælland forward Kamaldeen Sulemana has turned down an invitation to play for the Ghana national team in two friendly games against Morocco and the Ivory Coast.
Kamaldeen, 19, has emerged as a transfer target for most of Europe’s sterling clubs including Manchester United, Liverpool and Ajax Amsterdam.
Representatives of the player are keen to finalise a lucrative move for the youngster who is a product of the Right to Dream Academy.
According to Ghana Sports Online checks the player and his representatives want to avoid any complications with COVID-19 restriction which could delay his imminent transfer from Danish club Nordsjælland and have since decided to decline the invitation to join the Ghana national team until his transfer is sorted out.
A Ghana FA statement says Kamaldeen along with two other players gave varied reasons why they could not join the Ghana national team and therefore declined the invitation to represent the West African powerhouse.
The player, who has a transfermarkt value of €9m, is capped twice by Ghana and came from the same football academy system with Ajax Amsterdam youngster Kudus Mohammed who is also a Ghana international.