Nordsjaelland hot-cake Mohammed Kudus has dedicated his 2020 Golden Boy nomination to all those who have massively suffered discrimination in the world.
The Black Stars attacking midfielder was named among 100 players under the age of 21 playing in top divisions in Europe.
”I’d like to dedicate this nomination to all the discriminated out there, especially the melanated and our mothers; also to my colleagues here and in the Black Stars; and the next generation: PLAY FOR CHANGE AND A CAUSE!,” extracts of the statement read.
He added: ”It’s a very difficult time to be excited as a young black man far away from home. Our brothers and sisters abroad, and in the Diaspora, have to worry about their basic human rights in this difficult time of COVID-19.
”I am only inspired to work even harder to have a voice to empower and inspire the next generation as an afro-missionary. I don’t need sympathies and permission to live and be human. I exist and everyone should learn to co-exist.”
The Right to Dream Academy graduate has scored nine league goals in 22 appearances and has been linked with big move in the summer.
Turkish giants Galatasaray and English Premier League duo giants Liverpool and Everton, SPORTSworldGhana.com understand are keen on signing the Ghanaian international.
Italian giants AC Milan, have also shown interest in the promising Ghanaian midfielder.
The 2017 FIFA U17 World Cup star also expressed appreciation to his club mates for making him a better player this term.
”My teammates make me a better player and person every day. My strong foundation played a big role and I am privileged to be part of a great project at FC Nordsjælland. The Black Stars in Ghana, just like here, is also full of talented and supportive role models, friends & staff.”