Barcelona coming next for the 22-years-old Youngster rated £45 Million

The World Cup is always a showcase for talented footballers, with many players having a breakthrough campaign. This year was no exception, with several players making a name for themselves on the world stage.

One of the standout performers was Goncalo Ramos, who scored a hat-trick against Switzerland in the knockouts. Another player who had a memorable campaign was Enzo Fernandez, who was awarded the Best Young Player award.

Ajax’s 22-year-old Mohammed Kudus also impressed during the World Cup, playing three games for Ghana and scoring two goals. He was a standout performer in Ghana’s 3-2 defeat against Portugal, bringing him to public attention.

Barcelona have reportedly been following Kudus for some time, with sporting director Jordi Cruyff admitting to observing the player’s career at Ajax. However, a move for Kudus may not be possible for Barcelona at this time, as Ajax have priced him at around €45 million. Ajax is known to be a tough negotiating club and is unlikely to lower their asking price.

Despite this, Barcelona and Ajax have a strong relationship, with both clubs having roots in the Cruyff-ian style of football. They have also dealt with several players in the past, including Sergino Dest and Frenkie de Jong.

Kudus is a versatile forward who can play as a striker, on the wing, or even across the midfield as a number 10 or number 8. This season, he has scored seven goals but has yet to register any assists. Kudus’ versatility and goal-scoring ability make him a valuable asset for any team.

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