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Many clubs have shown interest in Kudus Mohammed, says Sporting Director Jan Laursen Featured

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The Danish top-tier side have confirmed that a lot of clubs across Europe are chasing their ever blazing Ghanaian youngster this summer

Many clubs have expressed interest in signing Kudus Mohammed, according to FC Nordsjaelland Sporting Director Jan Laursen.

The 19-year-old talented left-footed winger is currently one of the most sought-after promising youngsters amongst clubs  across Europe in the ongoing transfer window.

The Right to Dream Academy product has this term taken the Danish Superligaen top-flight league by storm following an impressive Man-of-the-Match award annexation in the league campaign with FC Nordsjaelland.

English Premier League giants including; Tottenham, Everton and Liverpool have all been credited with a move for the budding talent.

And now FCN Sporting Director, Jan Laursen has confirmed that his outfit were in negotiations with clubs over their prized asset but everything stalled along the way due to the Coronavirus pandemic crisis.

Laursen revealed that they are back to the negotiation table as they look forward to selling the Ghanaian teenager this summer.

"There have been rumors since he broke through, and we have to deal with that properly. Sometimes we have to give space for players to think about what is going to happen going forward," said Jan Laursen via Bold.

"This winter there were clubs knocking, but then the whole world was put on hold with the corona crisis. Now we have started again, and then the door is knocked again," Laursen stated.
"It was in the cards when we extended with Kudus that this season we should see if he could take the next step,"
"When you play in FCN, there is a lot of interest and a great focus, but you are not changed until a press release is signed and we are not there."
The Black Star was made to sit out in FCN 0-4 away drubbing to Brondby IF in yesterday's Superligaen clash and manager Flemming Pedersen did expound on the decision. 
He says the youngster was excused from the game to allow him ponder over his offers from admirers as he is set to leave this summer.
 "We gave him a break because a lot of things are happening around him. That many things happen around him, one must interpret as one wishes," 
"Most likely, he is not in the club next season. It has been in the cards because there is so much virginity about him all the time," says Flemming Pedersen.
Kudus has so far made 25 appearances in all competitions for  FC Nordsjaelland and has scored 11 goals.
His current deal with the Right to Dream Park outfit is due to expire in 2021.
The budding left-footer is currently valued at 2.7 million Euros per transfermarket.
By Hassan Alhassan




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