Ghana Handed Huge Boost as Talented Winger Kamaldeen Sulemana Returns to Training Ahead of AFCON Qualifiers
- Kamaldeen Sulemana has started training at Stade Rennais after two months off due to a back injury
- The Stade Rennais star is returning in time for the French side as well as the Ghana national team ahead of next month's AFCON qualifiers
- The talented winger has been a revelation in the French Ligue 1 since joining Stade Rennais from Danish outfit FC Nordsjaelland last summer
Highly-rated Ghanaian winger Kamaldeen Sulemana has returned to training in a bid to make a strong finish to the French Ligue 1 season.
The 20-year-old Stade Rennais forward's return is a huge boost for Ghana as the Black Stars begin preparations ahead of next month's 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifies.
In photos posted on Twitter, spotted by Sports Brief, the skilful player is seen going through drills as Stade Rennais prepare for their game against French Cup winners FC Nantes on Wednesday.
Kamaldeen Sulemana will miss the game against FC Nantes as confirmed by manager Bruno Genesio, but the winger is expected to be ready for Olympique Marseille on Saturday.
“Alfred Gomis is back. Kamaldeen Sulemana and Loïc Badé will be absent in Nantes but I have high hopes that they can apply against Marseille. Nayef Aguerd will be suspended," revealed Genesio as quoted by the official website of Stade Rennais.
The Ghana international picked up a back injury after the Africa Cup of Nations and has not featured for the club since February.
Sulemana has scored four goals in 20 games in the French Ligue one and he is considered one of the best dribblers in the league this season.
Ghana winger Kamaldeen Sulemana frustrated by injury
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Ghana and Stade Rennais attacker Kamaldeen Sulemana has bemoaned his niggling injury which has hampered his season.
The 20-year-old speed merchant joined the Ligue 1 outfit last summer and had a bright start to life in France.
But his promising start has been truncated by an injury he sustained in February which ruled him out of Ghana's World Cup play-offs against Nigeria.