“I am not aware of the departure of Mohammed Kudus”- Ajax Coach Alfred Schreuder 

“I’ve not heard anything. I don’t think he should leave. You can see that he’s an important player. We need a lot of good players.”

This is in sharp contrast with all the media reports that his move to Everton is at pace. I’ve asked my contact at one of the top English papers based in Liverpool again, now.

Response: “I’m quite sure Mohammed Kudus to Everton will be over the line before long. Not long to go. Lampard badly needs a ball progressor and his options are very limited now. Kudus clearly is not happy and is excited to come. Unless Ajax stop him somehow, it’s a done deal”. 

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On 16 July 2020, Kudus signed for Eredivisie club Ajax for €9 million, on a five-year contract. He made his official debut for the club on 20 September in a league match against RKC WaalwijkHead coach Erik ten Hag subsequently called Kudus as a player with “incredible potential”. He continued his strong performances, scoring one goal and providing three assists in his first three appearances. His debut in the UEFA Champions League for the home match against Liverpool on October 21 however, wasn’t a good one. Kudus was subbed out after only six minutes, as he suffered a meniscus injury, making him inert for couple of months.

Let’s see how the rumor about his transfer to the Merseyside blues goes

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