Ghanaian teenager Mohammed Kudus signs for Dutch giants AFC Ajax

Ghana teenager Mohammed Kudus has completed his move from FC Nordsjaelland to Dutch Eredivisie outfit Ajax Amsterdam.

Kudus has had a fantastic year, starting from his debut goal for the Black Stars. The teenager was also a key player in the Nordsjaelland setup, scoring 11 goals in the Danish Superliga.

The 19-year-old was bought for 9 million euros by Dutch giants Ajax. The teenage sensation signed a five-year deal with the club.

Ajax Amsterdam has through a communique announced that they have completed the signing of the Ghana sensation.

“Welcome to your new dream, Mohammed!”, a Twitter post has said.

The Black Stars asset has been chased by the likes of English Premier League side Manchester United, RB Leipzig as well as some top clubs in Europe before opting to make the move to Holland.

At Ajax Amsterdam, Mohammed Kudu will wear the number 20 jersey and will be expected to play a key role for his side next season where they will be fighting for the Eredivisie title while competing in the Uefa Champions League as well.

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