Randers open to selling ex-Man Utd winger Kehinde amid interest from EPL, Championship clubs:: All Nigeria Soccer

Randers open to selling ex-Man Utd winger Kehinde amid interest from EPL, Championship clubs

Randers open to selling ex-Man Utd winger Kehinde amid interest from EPL, Championship clubs

Randers will allow former Manchester United winger Tosin Kehinde leave the club in the summer transfer window, according to the sporting director of the Danish Superliga side, Soren Pedersen.

Allnigeriasoccer.com exclusively reported last month that Queens Park Rangers are keeping tabs on Kehinde ahead of a potential move when the window opens.
QPR’s director of football Les Ferdinand was at the King Power Stadium on February
17 to run the rule over the Randers number 10 in the first leg of the
Europa Conference League knockout round playoff clash against Leicester
City.

Kehinde switched to Randers in 2019, first on loan before signing a permanent deal, and has been a key player for the club, helping them win the Danish Cup last May.

The 23-year-old will enter the final one year of his contract in July and Randers plan to sell the winger this summer rather than lose him for nothing next year.

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“I know English and German clubs are keeping an eye on him. Clubs from both the best and second best row,” Pedersen said to Amtsavisen.

Asked if the Nigerian is going to be sold this summer, he answered : “I hope so, because I think that both he and we, deserve it.

“He has developed really well, but he has also been in an environment where he has had the opportunity to do so with skilled coaches.

“There are several interested clubs, so right now it is in the cards that he will move on to the summer.”

Talent spotters representing six different foreign clubs watched Kehinde score his second league goal of the season against Silkeborg IF on March 13.

Ifeanyi Emmanuel

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