As we enter the knockout stages, the World Cup may be over for many countries, but the performances of the players thus far endure.
In the recent weeks, Ghana has one of their own bright stars on the international scene, and Chelsea is now really interested in signing him.
At the World Cup, a few players have stood out, and Mohammed Kudus of Ghana is definitely one of them. He has consistently posed a genuine danger of attack to Ghana and set many tongues spinning.
Sources at Si & Dan Talk Chelsea today claim that Kudus has aroused Chelsea's attention to the point that they are even laying the framework for an attempt to sign him.
According to the source, Kudus is willing to leave Ajax for the Premier League, but they would need at least £40 million in exchange for him. According to transfermarkt, his current market worth is £12.5 million, and Chelsea would like to sign him for considerably less than £40 million. His agreement expires in 2025.
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