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Ghanaian Midfielder Mohammed Kudus Back on the Radar of Manchester United
- Mohammed Kudus has emerged as a target for Manchester United once again
- The 22-year-old star could reunited with Erik ten Hag in the summer window
- Kudus has been Ajax's best player this season, having already scored 15 goals
Ghana and Ajax midfielder, Mohammed Kudus could reunite with his former manager, Erik ten Hag at Manchester United in the summer transfer window.
The red-hot attacking midfielder is enjoying a stellar season in the Dutch Eredivisie, having scored 15 goals across all competitions.
His outstanding performances have seen him draw the attention of his ex-coach, who is ready to improve his Man United squad by signing the Ghanaian.
According to the Manchester Evening News, Kudus is one of the players listed by the Red Devils for a busy summer transfer window.
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Apart from the 2022 FIFA World Cup star, United are also considering Napoli's star Nigerian forward, Victor Osimhen.
The Carabao Cup winners are also keen on offloading some of their players including captain, Harry Maguire and injury-prone Anthony Martial.
Kudus was brought to Ajax by ten Hag from Danish outfit, FC Nordsjaelland but injuries hampered his start to life in the Dutch Eredivisie.
After two troubled campaigns, the highly-talented 22-year-old seems to have finally settled and looks to be on course for a third Eredivisie title.
Kudus was close to joining Everton last summer but the deal collapsed at the eleventh hour.
Legend rates Kudus over Antony
Sports Brief previously reported on Dutch legend, Marco van Basten rating Kudus better than Brazilian winger, Antony.
Antony played alongside Kudus during his days at Ajax but left for Man United during the summer transfer window.
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Kudus pays tribute to Atsu
The footballer was one of the casualties of the devastating earthquake that hit Turkey and Syria on February 6.
Atsu's body was found on February 18 and was transported to his native Ghana for final rites and his burial.