Ghanaian teen sensation Kamaldeen Sulemana has caught the attention of a lot of club but director of football for Ajax, Marc Overmars has disclosed that his club is firmly in the haunt for the talented youngster.

The prodigious talent keeps turning heads in Denmark with his sublime performance for his side week in week out.

Kamaldeen Sulemana has scored eight goals this season while providing 3 assists in 23 matches.

He has replaced compatriot Kudus Mohammed who left the Right to Dream Park for Ajax last summer with his breathtaking form.

Kamaldeen Sulemana has been linked to several clubs with the likes of Ajax, Lyon, Bayern Leverkusen and a host of others have been linked with the talented Ghanaian.

"This player [Kamaldeen] has of course been put down fantastically in recent months. I have had some contact with that club [Nordsjaelland]," Overmars responds to a question about Kamaldeen on Sunday, Voetbalzone has reported.

"Now Ajax comes back every week as an interested party. Every club tries to put its players in the shop window.

"At the moment we also have some wingers running ourselves. Whether we should sell first? Well?

"That is a statement I have heard many times before. We will first calmly see what is going to happen before we may take big steps. "

"Everyone knows we have a buffer, but that is going down very quickly. I hope the stadiums will be sold out again in the new season, because we just need that," Overmars said.

"I think we need two transfers, if you spend and costs. It is known: we have to sell at least fifty million euros to break even."

Netherlands star Ryan Gravenberch has been mentioned as one of Ajax's strong possible departures should they be able to balance the books to bring in new players, with Chelsea and Manchester having been linked to the midfielder.

"I am not aware of that," said Overmars when asked about a possible summer move for Gravenberch to England.

"People forget one thing: that ninety percent of the clubs have nothing to spend. So it will all become very quiet. Before Gravenberch and Martínez, nobody has been with me yet,"he added.