- Mohammed Kudus has returned to Amsterdam to begin preparations ahead of the return of the Dutch league
- The 22-year-old's World Cup came to at end at the group stage after Ghana were eliminated
- Kudus had a good World Cup, scoring two goals and providing an assist in three matches
Black Stars midfielder Mohammed Kudus has returned to Amsterdam for mid-season training following Ghana's elimination from the World Cup.
The Ghana World Cup star rejoined his Ajax teammates at sports complex de Toekomst as preparations begin ahead of the return of the Dutch Eredivisie.
Kudus went through the necessary drills alongside Ajax's two other internationals Dusan Tadic and Jorge Sanchez.
The 22-year-old had an outstanding World Cup despite Ghana's early exit. Kudus scored two goals and provided an assist in three matches for the Black Stars.
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His outstanding performances has seen him attract interest from some of the big clubs in Europe, including Liverpool and Barcelona.
Before travelling to Qatar for the World Cup, Kudus scored ten goals in 21 games for the Dutch giants.
Kudus has three years remaining on his current with Ajax and he is reportedly valued around 40 million Euros.
Williams tips Kudus for Spanish giants
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Black Stars forward Inaki Williams believes teammate Mohammed Kudus is talented enough to play for Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona.
The Ajax star has popped up on the radar of several clubs, with the La Liga giants Barca reportedly interested in his signature.
Inaki Williams has picked the club Mohammed Kudus should join in Spain. Williams played alongside the 22-year-old at the World Cup in Qatar and was astounded by the midfielder's abilities.
Dortmund target Mohammed Kudus
Ghana World Cup star, Mohammed Kudus could be set for a big move to the German Bundesliga as Borussia Dortmund are believed to be heavily interested in the Ajax forward.
The 22-year-old became the first Ghana player to score two goals in a World Cup match after he netted a brace in the Black Star’s victory against South Korea in the group stages. Mohammed Kudus became the second youngest African player to net twice at the FIFA World Cup.
According to Bulinews, Dortmund has now selected Kudus as their top transfer target with BVB sporting director Sebastian Kehl having also been in contact with the player’s agent.