Mohammed Kudus puts on the show against Everton


In an amazing match against struggling side EvertonMohammed Kudus star shone in the Westham strips dominating the game as he saw fit. West Ham United signed Ghana striker Mohammed Kudus from Ajax Amsterdam on a five-year contract, both clubs said on Sunday. Ajax said they had agreed on a transfer fee of 43 million euros ($46.44 million), which “can increase through variables”.

The price is sure to be increased judging from the efforts the Ghanaian midfielder from Ajax is putting into the premier league or even a top club might come for him as he continues to up his game even cementing himself as the best dribble in the English Premier League

Ajax had to fight to keep their star and sell him for a big fee after anticipating the player would boost his market value after the World Cup in Qatar, they even released a statement saying

 “There are clubs that have informally enquired about him. I don’t expect an offer very soon, although you know that things can be different in the football world. Perhaps the interest in not as serious as everyone thinks. It is important for us that the relationship with the players remains good. This can be done by being transparent and applying good principles. As we get closer to the deadline, the transfer fee, for example, goes up,” he stated in an interview with Ajax Life.

Kudus is of the view that the Hammers can win the Europa League and also finish in the Premier League’s top six.

“We are in Europe now and want to make an impact as we won it last year, while we also want to challenge the top six teams in the league,” Kudus told the club’s website ahead of the game against Brentford.

“Yes, 100% [we can win the UEFA Europa League]. We won the UEFA Europa Conference League last year, so we have the same mentality and approach (for) every single game. It’s very possible.”