Will Kalmadeen Sulemana still be a Stade Rennes player before the end of the transfer window? In recent days, the Ghanaian international has been the subject of two offers. The first came from PSV Eindhoven, which offered €15m (+€2m in bonuses) to buy out his last two and a half years of contract. The second, formulated by Southampton, reached 17M€. They were both rejected by the Breton club.
Faced with the injuries of Martin Terrier and Arnaud Kalimuendo, Rennes is currently looking for an attacking reinforcement who could be Lyonnais Karl Toko-Ekambi. Its sporting director Florian Maurice has informed representatives of Sulemana of his desire to keep the player, but it is not certain that this desire is shared. The former Nordsjaelland player has only appeared 13 times in L1 this season (for two starts and a goal in 271 minutes of play in total). A situation that leads him today to consider a departure. Besides PSV and Southampton, Everton are also among the clubs interested in his arrival if the lead to Villarreal player Arnaut Danjuma fails.