Ghana’s Mohammed Kudus joins Ajax

Ghana’s Mohammed Kudus joins Ajax
Ghana’s Mohammed Kudus joins Ajax

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Ghanaian starlet Mohammed Kudus has joined Eredivisie giants Ajax FC from Norwegian club FC Nordsjaelland signing a five-year contract with the Dutch club, it was announced on Thursday.

The 19-year-old joined Nordsjælland in 2018 after growing up from the Right to Dream Academy in Ghana.

Kudus has two international caps for Ghana. He scored on his Black Stars debut in the 2-0 win over South Africa in November last year.

Ajax confirmed that the 19-year-old forward signed a binding contract that lasts until June 2025.

Kudus’ transfer to Ajax reportedly cost the Dutch club €9 million in addition to add-ons, the thing that would make it the most expensive transfer for a Ghanaian teenager.

He will be looking to fill the boots of Morocco star Hachim Ziyech, who moved to English Premier League powerhouse Chelsea FC.

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