The agent of Mohammed Kudus has slammed Fabrizio Romano over a post of the star on a jet with her and West Ham technical director Tim Steidten.
Edson Alvarez, James Ward-Prowse, Konstantinos Mavropanos and now Mohammed Kudus have arrived with the promise of even more to come.
Cult hero Steidten already has his own trademark
West Ham fans are so delighted with the club’s business – particularly the exciting capture of coveted attacker Kudus – that Steidten has quickly become something of a cult hero with his own song and trademark.
The latter being a picture of the German aboard a private jet alongside West Ham’s signings and their agents.
Hammers supporters are already quipping they don’t believe the club will sign a player until they see him on the jet with Steidten.
And the latest one has got transfer reporter Fabrizio Romano in hot water with West Ham’s new £38m man.
Mohammed Kudus agent slams Fabrizio Romano over post of star on jet with her and West Ham technical director Tim Steidten
Kudus’ agent has slammed Romano over his post of the star on the jet with her and West Ham technical director Steidten.
Jennifer Mendelewitsch is the French agent of Kudus who helped broker his move to West Ham.
Mendelewitsch runs the Supernova agency and stated as far back as May that her client would be leaving Ajax this summer.
‘Basic sexism: Here we go!’
Now she has criticised Romano for posting the Steidten jet picture with his watermark over it, saying it is not his picture.
And she has also slammed the ITK for failing to acknowledge her in the post, turning his trademark ‘here we go’ on him.
“Funny to mention all the men in the picture (a picture you didn’t even take but put your name on it),” Mendelewitsch said.
“Basic sexism: here we go!”
West Ham fans should be very grateful to Mendelewitsch.
Her client had a host of top clubs chasing him and mega rich offers from Saudi Arabia.
But they have chosen West Ham where they clearly believe Kudus will grow and prove his talents on the biggest domestic stage in the world.