West Ham have agreed personal terms with Mohammed Kudus ahead of a proposed move to the London Stadium this summer.

According to Sport 1 journalist Patrick Berger, West Ham are closing in on the signing of Mohammed Kudus from Ajax in the summer transfer window.

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The East London outfit have been chasing the 23-year-old Ajax ace’s signature for the past week or so, since Manchester City made a move to sign Hammers star Lucas Paqueta.

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David Moyes will be hoping to keep the Brazilian at the London Stadium, but if the 25-year-old leaves then the Scot will have to make a big splash in the transfer market.

And it seems like Moyes is about to do just that…

Mohammed Kudus reportedly agrees personal terms with West Ham

It appears as though the Ghana international could be about to swap Holland for England in the summer transfer window.

Reliable Sport 1 journalist Patrick Berger has claimed that Kudus has agreed to join the Hammers from Ajax this summer.

However, West Ham are still discussing a fee with Ajax:

He bagged an incredible 18 goals and seven assists in 42 games for Ajax last season (Transfermarkt).

What an unbelievable signing he will be for the Hammers. The Ghanaian can play in midfield, on either wing or even through the middle as an auxiliary striker.

Kudus has pace, power and athleticism to burn and he is incredibly dynamic and explosive. He possesses everything that we’ve been missing as a club over the past few years.

Whilst the Ajax star isn’t the same player as Paqueta, I will still be delighted if he moves to the London Stadium this summer.

West Ham will be a much better team this season and beyond if Mohammed Kudus joins us, there really is no doubt about that.


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