Suleimana enjoyed a brilliant campaign in Ligue 1 last season after joining Rennes from Danish side FC Nordsjælland.
However, his progress was cut short by injury which kept him sidelined for the latter part of the 2021/22 season.
Despite returning to full fitness in the current campaign, the Ghanaian has been restricted to just a substitute appearance at Rennes.
Everton want to sign the youngster on loan with an option to buy in the summer, but Augsburg and Bournemouth are also interested in him.
“Kamaldeen Suleimana is open to leaving Rennes in January. Everton are exploring a loan deal with a buyout clause. Romano wrote on Twitter.
“Augsburg and Bournemouth have asked if Suleimana can leave due to lack of game time.”
Meanwhile, Lens midfielder Salis Abdul Samed has tipped Mohamed Kudus and Suleimana to be the next big stars for the national team.
The 22-year-old believes the pair have what it takes to become top players and lead the next chapter of the Black Stars.
Kudus made a big impact for Ghana at the Qatar 2022 World Cup with standouts against Portugal and South Korea.
He assisted in Ghana’s 3–2 defeat to Portugal in their opening group match and scored twice in their win over South Korea.
Kamaldeen made his mark when he was introduced in the second half of Ghana’s 2-0 loss to Uruguay.
Although the Black Stars exited the tournament in the group stages, Samed tipped the pair to become superstars.