Midfielder Mohammed Kudus from Ghana scored twice in a thrilling 3-2 victory over South Korea on Monday according to report
After a breakthrough year for club and country, Mohammed Kudus is the target of four of Europe’s top teams.
Fichajes claims that Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are challenging Liverpool and Chelsea for the 22-year-old offensive midfielder.
Kudus would energize a Liverpool team that has been lacking vigor and direction since their exhausting pursuit of four trophies last season.
In recent months, others have struggled with form and fitness, forcing Jurgen Klopp to rely more heavily than he would like on young Harvey Elliott and veteran James Milner.
Despite a flurry of additions made throughout the summer before Thomas Tuchel’s dismissal in September, Chelsea’s strategy under new owner Todd Boehly is still uncertain.
Graham Potter from Brighton has taken over as manager in place of the German who helped them win the Champions League the year before.
Potter has a track record of developing young players from various origins, while lacking the stature and pedigree of some of his predecessors.
Kudus is regarded as one of football’s most promising young players because of his skill, vision, and clinical finishing.
He joined Danish club FC Nordsjaelland after graduating from the Right to Dream academy, which has aided in the development of numerous Ghanaian internationals.
After living in Denmark for a few years, he relocated to Ajax, where he helped the club win two straight Eredivisie championships under Erik ten Hag, who lauded his “great potential.”
In the past few months, Kudus has accomplished a number of noteworthy feats, building on his first Champions League goal against Rangers with a brace to defeat South Korea in the World Cup.
As they are ready to play Uruguay in their final match of the day on Friday, Ghana is in a good position to advance from Group H.
If they make it to the round of 16, they will almost certainly face pre-tournament favorites Brazil.