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Liverpool FC have joined the race to sign Ghanaian striker Mohamed Kudus from Ajax FC. Kudus has been outstanding in the ongoing world cup after netting two goals against South Korea yesterday. Kudus joined Ajax FC to replace Antony who left for Manchester United. The forward has gained popularity in recent times with both his exploits at Ajax FC and Ghana national team catching the eye of top European clubs.
Mane left Liverpool FC for Bayern Munich and the later have struggled without the Senegalese forward. According to reports, Jurgen Klopp could be hoping to land Kudus who is only 22 years of age.Kudus is among the hottest prospects in the market at the moment. Other clubs believed to be following Kudus include Chelsea,Manchester United and Arsenal. Kudus could join the Premier league soon.We wish him all the best ahead.
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