Mohammed Kudus is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Eredivisie club Ajax and the Ghana national team.

The football player is 1.77 meters tall and was born in Accra on August 2, 2000 (when he was 22 years old).

In January 2018, Kudus and two of his teammates, Ibrahim Sadiq and Gideon Mensah, left the Ghanaian Right to Dream Academy for the Danish club Nordsjaelland. Kudus joined the academy when he was 12 years old.

On July 16, 2020, Kudus signed a five-year, €9 million contract with Eredivisie team Ajax.

On September 20, he played his first league game for the team against RKC Waalwijk. Kudus was later described as a player with “great potential” by head coach Erik ten Hag.

The football player is known to be a very great player who has got great potential and is regarded as one of the best players in the Ghana national team at the moment.

He is very much single as he has not come out to make known of any girl as his girlfriend at the moment.

Kudu signed as a player for the Eredivisie club Ajax on 16 July 2020, for €9 million, on a five-year contract. 

Mohammed Kudus Religion: What Tribe is Ghanian Player Mohammed Kudus?

Mohammed Kudus is a Muslim by Religion as well as a Hausa by Ethnicity.


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