Ghanaian forward Mohammed Kudus is now a top target of four Premier League clubs according to Graeme Bailey, a football journalist.
The 22-year-old lit up the World Cup with impressive performances and has gained the attention of Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham and Newcastle so far.
He has also been linked with Borussia Dortmund and Barcelona.
“Few players at the World Cup have enhanced their reputation more than Ghana’s Mohammed Kudus,” Graeme Bailey, a top journalist told TeamTalk.
“Let’s get this right, no club will buy a player solely based on his two World Cup performances so far. But with Kudus starting just five league games for Ajax this season, it has given clubs the chance to see him play at the top level, and they have loved what they have seen.
“The great thing with him is going forward. And various clubs see him in different ways from a wideman, to a centre-forward even a CAM. His versatility is a huge draw.
“Sources close to Ajax have confirmed a lot of interest from England. Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham and Newcastle all like him. But I am also hearing the likes of Borussia Dortmund are keen too.”