Black Stars midfielder Kudus Mohammed could be getting prepared to exit Ajax as a picture of him coming in a game shows how uncomfortable he is. After enjoying an amazing preseason, Kudus Mohammed was tipped for more action this season but that appears to have taken a different twist.
Kudus Mohammed scored four goals in four matches during the off season and that pointed clear to the fact that he will be making an impact for Ajax if he does not encounter injuries.
The Netherland league commenced this weekend and it was expected that Kudus Mohammed will get ample time for his club. To the surprise of many, Kudus Mohammed was introduced into the game in the closing stages. The time recorded for his introduction was 90+1.
A picture of Kudus Mohammed standing on the touch line getting ready shows his dissatisfaction with the decision that was made, in such a dying embers of the game. He only lasted three minutes on the pitch and that does not look favorable for his career as he hopes to make it to this year’s FIFA World Cup.
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