Ghana international, Kamaldeen Sulemana has revealed plans he has for his future.
According to the talented winger, he is ready to stay at Southampton despite the team’s relegation from the English Premier League.
Speaking in a post-match interview after Southampton’s 4-4 draw with Liverpool on Sunday, Kamaldeen Sulemana said he is also open to leaving the Saints to sign for a different club if the opportunity presents itself.
“I'm ready for whatever's next. If I stay, I'll stay and help the team bounce back. If there's an opportunity to explore I will take it,” Kamaldeen Sulemana told Solent Sports in an interview.
In the 8-goal thriller with Liverpool on Sunday, Kamaldeen Sulemana bagged a brace.
It was the first time the forward scored a goal in the English Premier League since his January move from French Ligue 1 side Stade Rennais.
Kamaldeen Sulemana is expected to be part of the Black Stars squad that will be announced by coach Chris Hughton this week for the AFCON qualifier between Madagascar and Ghana.