Real Madrid ready to sign Ghanaian teen Kudus Mohammed Featured
29 May

Real Madrid ready to sign Ghanaian teen Kudus Mohammed

The thirteen-time UEFA Champions League winners is the latest club to express interest in signing the talented enforcer.
Ghana youth international Kudus Mohammed has reportedly emerged on the radar of La Liga giants Real Madrid ahead of the summer transfer window.
The former Ghana U17 star is attracting huge interest off the back of his rapid progression over in Denmark.
The 19-year-old is currently on the wishlist of several clubs in Europe including Broussia Dortmund, Inter Milan, Paris Saint Germain, Stade Rennes and Tottenham Hotspurs are all in the hunt for Kudus ahead of the summer window.
According to Spanish tabloid Fichajes, Real Madrid decided to inquire about the availability of Kudus Mohammed after a report from their scout Juni Calafat.
Juni Calafat is behind the signing of several prospects to the Spanish top-flight league heavyweights including Vinicius, Rodrygo, Fede Valverde and Reinier Jesús who have joined the Los Blancos recently.
Real Madrid are considering a summer swoop for the 19-year-old to the Real Madrid castilla for his progression to the senior team. His contract with FC Nordsjaelland will expire in 2021
Kudus is rated one of the best young players in the Danish SuperLiga following his explosive performance at FC Nordsjaelland since his arrival from Ghanaian-based Right to Dream Academy in 2018.
Mohammed has been impressive at FC Nordsjaelland this season with nine goals in 19 league appearances.
He scored on his debut for the senior national team of Ghana against South Africa in the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations last November.
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