Nordsjælland forward Kamaldeen Sulemana has been named among UEFA’s top 50 talents expected to take world football storm in 2021.
The 18-year-old has been in an explosive form since joining from Ghanaian Right to Dream Academy last season.
The youngster is in good company alongside Borussia Dortmund’s Jude Bellingham, Liverpool’s Curtis Jones and Real Madrid’s Takefusa Kubo.
Notable African players in the list includes Senegalese forward Abdallah Dipo Sima, Ivory Coast duo Mohammed Diomande and Amad Diallo.
The pacy winger has scored 4 goals in 12 appearances for Nordsjælland in the Superliga this season, providing three assists in the process.
He made his senior Ghana debut in the Black Stars 3-0 defeat to Mali in an international friendly in October this year.
The list of 50 names
Paulos Abraham (SWE, 18 – AIK)
Tyler Adams (USA, 20 – Leizpig)
Sergio Arribas (ESP, 19 – Real Madrid)
Mitchel Bakker (NED, 20 – Paris)
Jude Bellingham (ENG, 17 – Dortmund)
Jens Cajuste (SWE, 21 – Midtjylland)
Riccardo Calafiori (ITA, 18 – Roma)
David Carmo (POR, 21 – Braga)
Charles De Ketelaere (BEL, 19 – Club Brugge)
Yusuf Demir (AUT, 17 – Rapid Vienna)
Amad Diallo (CIV, 18 – Atalanta)
Mohammed Diomande (CIV, 18 – Nordsjælland)
Igor Diveev (RUS, 21 – CSKA Moskva)
Jeremy Doku (BEL, 18 – Rennes)
Radu Dragu? In (ROU, 18 – Juventus)
Roman Evgenyev (RUS, 21 – Dinamo Moskva)
Wahidullah ‘Wahid’ Faghir (DEN, 17 – Vejle)
Wesley Fofana (FRA, 19 – Leicester)
Gianluca Frabotta (ITA, 21, Juventus)
Amine Gouiri (FRA, 20 – Nice)
Ryan Gravenberch (NED, 18 – Ajax)
Joško Gvardiol (CRO, 18 – Dinamo Zagreb, on loan from Leipzig)