The young Ghanaian international Mohammed Kudus has been on top form this season. He has so far scored ten goals for his club Ajax in the Netherlands Eindhoven league.
He however announced himself to the world during the Qatar world cup with his country Ghana. He performed so well as he managed to scored two goals which almost took them to the round of 16 had they drawn their last group stage game against Uruguay.
From that his staller performance with Ghana, many club across the Europe have been alert of his talent.
During the summer, he almost joined Everton as the Everton manager Frank Lampard was a big fan of him. Ajax however stood on his way as they had seen something special in him and they had also lost close to half of their squad in the same window.
Kudus now feels that the right time for him to leave Ajax has reached. His preference is to join a team in the premier League even though other clubs from Italy, Germany and Spain are also monitoring him.
Kudus would love to join a team which will allow him play in the midfield area.
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