Paris Saint-Germain have set their sight on Nordsjaelland winger Ernest Nuamah following his recent remarkable performances for both club and country.
According to French media outfit, L’equipe, the Ligue 1 winners have already had a first offer turned down by Nordsjaelland, who want to maintain their star player, who is under contract until June 2026.
The 19-year-old’s ability on the field has made him a sought-after football prospect. Last season, he notched an impressive tally of eight goals and provided four assists in just 21 league appearances for Nordsjaelland, bringing his total goal contributions to 19 in all competitions.
As a result of his impressive display on the field, the Ghanaian teenager received three individual awards: the renowned Danish Superliga Player of the Year by the league’s judges, the Spring Best Player by the Superliga head coaches, and the Player of the Year by the Superliga players.
He has also been chosen as one of the 100 finalists for the 2023 Golden Boy Award.
Nuamah has also been instrumental in representing his country on the international stage. He played an important role for the Black Meteors, helping them qualify for the U-23 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON). Nuamah’s two key assists in the final round of qualifiers sealed Ghana’s berth in the tournament.
He was recently called up to the Black Stars, where he made his debut against Madagascar in the 2023 AFCON qualifiers, marking a big milestone in his football career.