Ghanaian forward Kamaldeen Sulemana has started an individual training with his new side Stade Rennais after joining the French side over the weekend.
The 19-year-old forward has signed a five-year deal that will keep him at the ambitious club until 2026.
Sulemana was in good form for his Danish side in the Superliga where he scored ten goals and provided eight assists but has decided to seek a new challenge.
He is seen being put through his paces by a member of the coaching staff before doing some light ball work for his new side.
The youngster will be hoping to form a devastating partnership with Belgium-born Ghanaian winger Jeremy Doku in the coming season.
He was born in Techiman before honing his football talent at the famed Right To Dream Academy in Ghana before joining the sister club FC Nordsjælland in Denmark.
Sulemana has made two appearances for the Black Stars.