Newcastle are reportedly planning to make a concrete move to sign talented Rennes player Kamaleddine Soulimana, who joined the Ligue 1 side only last summer.
According to L’Equipe, the Premier League side are signing to add a winger this summer with competition and depth for Alan Saint-Maximin, and Sullimana could be perfect for what Newcastle need, with the 20-year-old considered one by many. One of the most exciting strikers in Europe.
The Ghanaian international, who last season scored five goals for Rennes in 13 games, was praised by Nordgeland coach Fleming Pedersen, describing him as “exceptional”, and likened the exciting young player to Paris Saint-Germain and the Brazilian star Neymar.
A major drawback for Newcastle, though, is that Rennes may be tempted to keep Sullimana for next season, as the winger prepares to play a big role in the new campaign which could see the French side turn a bigger profit in 2023. 2021 signing.
However, as we know, Newcastle have the funds to match anything Rennes will ask for this year, and as a replacement for Saint-Maximin, Sullimana could be ideal as a player on the team for next season as well as a future crucial player for Eddie. Howe side.
Indeed, with already such high praise on his resume as well as his decent first year in Ligue 1, Solmana could be a great signing for Newcastle, however Rennes’ attitude towards the young player could be the main obstacle for Toon, who may have to. Paying a huge fee to sign with the striker this month.
Newcastle will have to wait a year to sign Sullimana despite potential price hikes
Suleimana is destined for greatness if the winger lives up to the hype so many have placed on him over the years, but despite his incredible potential, Newcastle will have to wait a year before signing for the Ghana international given how much the striker needs to get to know the best European players. football.
After all, Sullimana only played 13 games for Rennes last season, with a back injury keeping the winger from February through to the end of the season, and a full year in Ligue 1 could do wonders for the youngster’s development, with Newcastle better awaited. General and monitoring the performance of the former Danish Superlig star in the next 12 months.
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