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We will get Kamaldeen Sulemana ready soon – Southampton manager Russell Martin

Southampton manager, Russell Martin, is confident the upcoming week will prove crucial to get Kamaldeen Sulemana ready to return from injury.

He made these remarks after the Saints recorded a 2-0 win over Rotherham United away from home to remain second in the Sky Bet Championship standings over the weekend.

Two goals in the first half from Adam Armstrong and Jan Bednarek proved too much for Rotherham.

Meanwhile, Sulemana, who has been nursing an injury missed the game due to a hamstring injury that has kept him from playing for two months.

However, Martin believes the team will work to get Sulemana back in action in the upcoming week as The Saints chase an immediate return to the English Premier League.

“We had Sam Edozie on the bench today, great that we didn’t need to put him out there, so we can really use the next week to get him really ready, the same as Kamaldeen [Sulemana], so we’re going to have even more options with Breezy [James Bree] on the way back too.”

The Ghana international has so far made three assists in 13 league games this season. The injury prevented the 23-year-old from playing at the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) where Ghana exited at the group phase with two points.

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