After the Black Stars’ match against Madagascar in the 2024 AFCON qualifiers in Antananarivo, Kamaldeen Sulemana, Ernest Nuamah, and Ransford Yeboah Königsdörffer are all anticipated to join the camp of the Ghana U-23 national team.
The three attacking players from Ghana, who are all under the age of twenty-three, are anticipated to join their Meteors teammates in Egypt as they get ready for the forthcoming U-23 AFCON competition in Morocco.
All three players—Sulemana (age 21), Nuamah (19), and Königsdörffer (age 21)—earned calls to the Black Stars for their upcoming AFCON qualifier against Madagascar on Sunday, June 18. However, they are anticipated to join the U-23 team, which is currently in North Africa getting ready for the U-23 AFCON tournament and hoping to secure qualification for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.
Ibrahim Tanko, the Black Meteors’ head coach, recently stated that the team’s top priority is to qualify for the 2024 Olympic games after failing to do so since 2004. He also stressed the significance of having several U-23 players with foreign bases in the team to help strengthen the group.
The Ghana Football Association has just verified the inclusion of Kamaldeen Sulemana (Southampton), Ernest Nuamah (FC Nordsjaelland), and Ransford Yeboah Königsdörffer (Hamburger SV), who are all Ghanaian U-23 players who are based abroad.
Prior to the start of the tournament in Morocco on June 24, the three players are anticipated to join the team on Monday, June 19, for friendlies.