Fabrizio Romano has claimed that West Ham United are now very close indeed to signing Mohammed Kudus from Ajax.

West Ham are closing in on signing Mohammed Kudus, with just a matter of fine details holding up the transfer right now, according to Fabrizio Romano.

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It has been a busy summer transfer window for Hammers boss David Moyes so far, with three new names already through the door.

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Kudus, 23, is widely expected to be the next new arrival at the London Stadium, in a deal worth around £38 million.

And now Romano has claimed that the transfer is imminent…

Fabrizio Romano provides fresh Mohammed Kudus update as West Ham race to get the deal done

The well-renowned Italian journalist believes Kudus is imminently set to join the Hammers.

Romano tweeted:

The sooner this one is done the better. What a signing Mohammed Kudus will be for West Ham.

The Ghanaian can play in midfield, on either wing, or even through the middle as a striker, and his pace, power and explosiveness will offer us a completely different facet to our attacking play.

The versatility and genuine quality that the 23-year-old will bring to West Ham will undoubtedly take us to another level entirely as a team.

£38 million for Kudus will end up looking like an absolute bargain deal, I have no doubts about that.


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