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JUST In: Manchester United And Liverpool Submit Bid For Kudus


Manchester United Coach Eric Ten Hag has set his sights on his former child, Mohammed Kudus, telling Ajax that he requires the talisman’s services at Old Trafford. Liverpool have added Kudus to their target list after acquiring Gakpo.

According to Fabrizio Romano of GiveMeSport, Ten Hag wants to enhance his team when the winter window opens for business at the end of the year with the addition of Mohammed Kudus.

Manchester United is anticipated to pay over £35 million to persuade Ajax to release their key forward.

Liverpool are interested in signing Kudus, 22, and a move to Merseyside could be on the cards.

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Kudus‘ agency is already in talks with Borrusia Dortmund, and they are thought to be making considerable progress since before the World Cup, when Everton was interested in him.

However, Manchester United and Liverpool are both interested in signing Kudus.

Ten Hag, who wanted to take Kudus away from Ajax previously, was hesitant owing to injury concerns for Kudus, but that has since been pushed to the sidelines after a string of excellent performances by Kudus without damaging even a nail.

Eric ten Hag “is an admirer of Kudus’ skill and vitality, which has resulted in him working his way into Manchester United’s radar,” according to The Athletic. According to the source, adding a forward to the squad is a priority for the Red Devils’ manager as the January transfer window approaches, and a number of fresh experts have been hired to discover possible newcomers. Kudus is ready to leave Ajax in the early stages of 2023, and it is understood that he will not be sold for less than £35 million, while reliable writer Dean Jones recently told GiveMeSport that Chelsea are not in the lead in terms of reaching an agreement.”

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