Randers chief expects Kehinde to be sold this summer, winger was scouted by QPR in February
Randers sports director Søren Pedersen expects Manchester United academy product Tosin Kehinde to be sold before the close of the summer transfer window.
Pedersen revealed that there are several clubs interested in the winger but there’s nothing concrete as of yet.
Kehinde has entered the last twelve months of his contract with Randers and the Danish Superliga side are looking to cash in on the 24-year-old.
In addition, the former Nigeria U23 invitee wants to try his luck in a bigger league, with an eye on forcing his way into the Super Eagles.
It is confirmed that Queens Park Rangers Director of Football Les Ferdinand made a personal check on Kehinde during the Europa Conference League clash between Leicester City and Randers at the King Power Stadium four months ago.
“We are working on that we can get him sent off in this window, and he is also interested in moving on, so it is clearly something that we are looking at,” Pedersen said to Bold.dk.
“There has been ongoing interest in him, but there is nothing concrete on my table, but there are clubs that follow him and who are interested in him.
“So I think he will be sent away this summer.”
Kehinde has played 98 matches in all competitions for Randers and was involved in 25 goals (9 goals, 16 assists) in those games.