Former England striker Michael Owen has lauded Ghanaian international Mohammed Kudus for his standout performance with West Ham United, describing him as a “decent signing” for the club.
Owen specifically praised Kudus for his ability to score crucial goals.
Kudus has indeed proven to be a key player for West Ham, contributing six goals across various competitions, including a remarkable bicycle kick goal against Brentford, which is currently a contender for the Premier League goal of the month award.
His impressive displays have garnered attention from fans and pundits alike, solidifying his position as an integral part of the team.
Known for his insightful analysis, Owen expressed his admiration for Kudus during a recent Premier League broadcast, stating, “Kudus has been wonderful for West Ham United. He has been scoring some wonderful goals for them, and I think he has been a decent signing for West Ham.”
Having joined West Ham from Dutch giants Ajax in the summer, where he achieved success with two league titles and showcased his goal-scoring prowess, Kudus’ reported transfer fee of around 43 million euros has already proven worthwhile, according to Owen and the broader football community.