Leeds join race for Mohammed Kudus
Leeds United have joined the race to sign Ajax midfielder Mohammed Kudus, according to reports.
The Lowdown: In Disgrace
Despite having three years remaining on his contract at the Johan Cruyff Arena, the 22-year-old could now be on the move after fail to start one of the club’s first four games of the new campaign under Alfred Schreuder.
Signed from Nordsjaelland for £8 million in 2020, Kudus is a versatile player, having previously been used as a central midfielder, attacking midfielder and even as a winger, and it looks like it has caught a lot of attention in the Premier League.
The latest: Leeds watch Kudus
According Ghanasoccernet.comLos Blancos have ‘expressed their interest in signing’ Kudus, but have ‘not yet made’ an official offer.
Jesse Marsch’s side are set to face competition for his signature, with Tottenham Hotspur, Leicester City, Wolves and ‘several’ clubs across Europe also keen on a move for the Ghanaian.
Everton are believed to be the first club to make an offer, with Ajax soon to be ‘forced’ to make a decision on their future.
The verdict: replacing James?
Daniel James was recently the subject of a surprising to offer from Spurs, so he could head for the Elland Road exit, and Kudus would be the perfect player to step in and fill the void left by the Welshman if he leaves.
The valued at £9 million as, who was rented for his “electric” pace by football talent scout Jacek Kuligaveraged an exceptional 90.5% passing rate and 1.5 dribbles per Eredivisie game last season (Who scored), emphasizing his composure on the ball and his desire to move forward.
Victor Orta might struggle to fend off Leeds rivals for Kudus’ services, but if the opportunity arises, it’s a deal he, Andrea Radrizzani and the 49ers should definitely consider trying to strike in the latter. transfer days. the window.