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Juventus monitoring Mohammed Kudus

Juventus will be keeping a keen eye on Ajax youngster Mohammed Kudus during the World Cup as they look to reinforce their attack. The 22-year-old has been a revelation for the Dutch champions this season, scoring 10 goals in 21 games, attracting the attention of a number of Europe’s elite clubs. Il Corriere dello Sport (Via Vecchiasignora) report that the Bianconeri are closely following Kudus who is set to feature for Ghana at the World Cup.

The player has a contract with Ajax until June 2025, and is being followed by Juventus, Milan, Tottenham Hotspur and Borussia Dortmund who all view him as an exciting prospect for the future.

Kudus came through the Right to Dream Academy in Ghana before making the move to Denmark in 2018 to feature for Nordsjælland. He signed a five year contact with Ajax in 2020, initially featuring in the Jong Ajax side but quickly stepping up to the senior team with his impressive displays.

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