- Mohammed Kudus has reportedly joined Ajax
- According to a report, the 19-year-old midfielder has agreed to a five-year deal with Ajax
- He has joined the Dutch side from Nordsjælland
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Black Stars midfielder, Mohammed Kudus, has reportedly agreed on a five-year deal with Dutch giants, Ajax.
In a report seen by YEN.com.gh on Ghanasoccernet.com, the youngster has joined the former European Champions for a fee worth €9 million from Nordsjælland.
The report further stated that the Dutch side will pay the staggering figure for the talented teenager after both clubs agreed on a deal.
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This is the highest transfer record by a Ghanaian teenager in history to amplify his immense quality and talent.
Kudus has been one of the most prolific teenagers in Denmark, scoring 12 goals in 25 appearances for Nordsjælland.
It's a massive career move for the international Ghanaian who has gained inches in the global media for his exploits in the Danish Superliga.
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The Ghana youngster caught the attention of Europe's big giants including Liverpool, Everton, Manchester United, and Borussia Dortmund.
He has opted for Ajax who are famed for honing the talents of footballers across the globe.
The youngster, tracked by other European heavyweights Manchester United, Liverpool, Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, and Olympique de Marseille, has scored 12 goals in 26 appearances for the Danish Superliga side.
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Meanwhile, Ajax Amsterdam, has parted company with Ghanaian youngster, Brian Brobbey.
The former European champions and Brobbey went their separate ways after failing to reach an agreement on a new deal.
Brobbey's deal with Ajax was expected to end on 30 June 2021, but the club's attempts to extend the deal have proved futile leading to contract termination.
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