According to Fabrizio Romano, an expert on the transfer market, Manchester United would have to make a “crazy deal” if they want to get Mohammed Kudus, a forward for Ajax, to Old Trafford in the next month. Romano says this is the only way United can get Kudus. GiveMeSport was presented with Romano’s comments regarding this matter.
The winter transfer window will open for business at the turn of the calendar year, and Red Devils head coach Erik ten Hag will have the option to strengthen his club by adding players to his squad in order to take advantage of the opportunity.
According to The Athletic, one of the reasons Kudus has caught Manchester United’s attention is because ten Hag is a fan of his skill and dynamism. Ten Hag is said to have been amazed with Kudus’ ability to score goals. Kudus has attracted the attention of Manchester City as well, demonstrating his vast popularity.
The source indicates that the Red Devils’ head coach is prioritizing the addition of a forward to the team’s roster as the start of the January transfer window approaches in order to prepare for the forthcoming campaign. A number of additional experts have also joined the team to help with the search for possible new competitors.
When the time comes for Kudus to leave Ajax in the first quarter of 2023, it is anticipated that he won’t be sold for less than £35 million. Kudus is now working on completing the details of his club exit. Additionally, a reputable author by the name of Dean Jones recently asserted in a conversation with GiveMeSport that Chelsea is not in the lead in the race to strike a deal.
In spite of this, there is a possibility that the 22-year-old may be going to Merseyside as a result of Liverpool’s entry into the fight for his signature. Liverpool has shown interest in signing the player. Furthermore, Everton’s interest in him has not waned despite the fact that they were unable to acquire him a few months ago despite their best efforts. This is the case despite the fact that their pursuit of him ended in failure.
Kudus was so close to signing with the Toffees in the dwindling stages of the summer transfer window; however, in the end, he decided to remain with Ajax rather than make the switch to Everton. The Toffees were so close to signing Kudus in the waning stages of the summer transfer window.
Given the recent movement of a number of influential people in that direction over the past few months, Romano is unsure as to whether or not Ajax will consider the possibility of selling another of their prized possessions to Manchester United. This is due to the fact that Romano is uncertain as to whether or not Ajax will consider selling another of their prized possessions to Manchester United. Romano has some concerns with regard to the potential of this happening.
Following in the footsteps of ten Hag, who was the one who brought the Amsterdam giants there, Lisandro Martinez and Antony have joined the ranks of those who have made the trek to Old Trafford. ten Hag was the one who brought the Amsterdam giants there.
The respected journalist thinks that as a result, if Manchester United chooses to attack the Dutch club once more, they will be required to pay an excessive amount of money.
In an interview with GiveMeSport, Romano said, “I’m not certain Ajax will be willing to move one more quality player in January, unless they receive a crazy price.” Money is the only thing that matters.
According to Transfermarkt, Kudus had an outstanding first half of the season with Ajax, playing in 21 games, contributing 10 goals and two assists.
The fact that he has scored a goal every 105 minutes in the Eredivisie is evidence of the fact that he is skilled in the last third of the field. Additionally, he has proven his value by performing admirably in international competitions such as the World Cup.
WhoScored gave Kudus the highest possible rating of 7.53 out of all of Ghana’s players since he was able to get his name on the scoreboard twice in Qatar. This rating is the greatest possible rating that can be given.
Ten Hag managed the offensive midfielder while he was at Ajax, and he has shown that he is a supporter of the player by declaring in the past that the player shows “great potential.” Ten Hag was at Ajax when the player was under his management.
A reunion at Old Trafford for everyone concerned, including Kudus, who played 42 games for the Manchester United squad that David Moyes presently coaches, might be quite interesting for all of those involved.