Ghanaian sensation Kamaldeen Sulemana has landed in France and completed a move to Ligue 1 club Stade Rennes.
The 19-year-old forward who has been a subject of transfer between Rennais, Ajax Amsterdam and Liverpool FC has finally chosen where he will continue his promising career.
Sulemana sealed his transfer to the Brittany-based club on Friday after passing his medical in a deal worth around 15 million Euros from Danish side FC Nordsjaelland.
Nordsjaelland reportedly reached agreements with Rennes and Ajax for the highly-rated youngster, but the decision fell on Sulemana to make a choice.
Earlier this week, reports suggested that Sulemana was heading to Ajax to have his medical examination, but the French top-flight side have been able to convince the Ghana prodigy to make a turnaround.
He already visited the club two weeks ago, but returned to Denmark to consider his options as Ajax and Liverpool were in the mix.
The Right to Dream academy graduate has signed a five-year deal.
In the Danish Superliga, the teenager had a stellar campaign with Nordsjaelland last season having scored 10 goals and provided eight assists in 29 appearances.
At international level, he has two caps for the Ghana national team after making his debut last year in international friendlies against Mali and Qatar.
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By FARPost reporter