- Mohammed Kudus has popped up on the radar of Spanish club FC Barcelona
- The star is enjoying an outstanding World Cup with the Black Stars in Qatar
- The Ajax midfielder netted a brace as Ghana defeated South Korea in Al Rayyan
Barcelona have been tracking Ghanaian midfielder Mohammed Kudus, following his blistering form this season with Dutch giants Ajax.
The Ajax midfielder, who also plays as a forward, has popped on on the radar of several clubs after lighting up the World Cup with his impressive displays.
Barcelona's Sporting Director Jordi Cruyff has now revealed that the Catalan giants have been monitoring the player for some time now.
However, Barcelona are not in a position to sign the 22-year-old in the winter transfer window.
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"I saw him play a year ago and have followed his progress at Ajax," Cruyff explained to RAC1 as quoted by sports.es. "But we're not at the point of saying 'Barca want this player,' not at all."
Cruyff explained that Kudus had caught his eye with his displays and goals at the Mundial, while also mentioning the debate on whether the Ghanaian was an advanced midfielder or a forward.
"Right now we cannot sign in January," he continued. "The fair play situation has changed for a cumulation of reasons. It is not a question of if a player goes, it is all solved either. There are different solutions, but we are clear what we want to do if we can sign in January."
Kudus is also on the radar of English giants Liverpool, who have sent scouts to Qatar to watch the player in action at the Mundial.
Liverpool intensify pursuit of Ghana midfielder Mohammed Kudus after Dazzling display at the World Cup
Liverpool interested in Mohammed Kudus
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Black Stars midfielder Kudus is on the radar of English Premier League giants Liverpool, ahead of the winter transfer window.
The 22-year-old midfielder is having an outstanding World Cup, having scored two goals and provided an assist in two games.
The former European champions sent scouts to the Middle East to watch the talented attacking midfielder against Portugal and South Korea.
Source: Sports Brief News