Mohammed Kudus is another name to chuck into the pool of European forwards peeking for a move this summer. The Ghana international unsuccessfully got on on strike in order to push for a transfer to Everton last summer but will have his eyes set greatly further up the food chain currently.
He scored 18 goals for Ajax in 2022-23, plus two at the World Cup that ensured his nation’s three points against South Korea. Champions League clubs are circling an attacker that could prove one of the deals of the window. Ajax reshuffle After failing to win the Eredivisie title for the first time since 2018, Ajax needs to make a few changes this summer.
Fortunately, they produce and develop talent so well that the funds needed to freshen up their squad are never far away. Kudus is out of contract in two years’ time and the priority for the Dutch side is to raise as much capital from his sale as possible, rather than allow his value to diminish. And the dynamic goal threat is seemingly set on an exit too, with his agent Jennifer
Mendelewitsch telling Dutch media: “I think it is best for both Ajax and Mohammed that he leaves now. Now is the right time. “He has rejected an offer to extend his contract until the summer of 2026. “What I can say is that after the World Cup and this season, there is a lot of interest in Kudus.”
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