West Ham Target Mohammed Kudus is currently deep in negotiations with Ajax concerning the dynamic attacking midfielder, in a deal that looks set to exceed £40 million.

Not long ago, the Ghanaian football star was on the verge of joining Brighton and Hove Albion. However, the transfer hit a snag when discussions about a potential release clause in his contract didn’t align with the club’s plans. As a result, Brighton has shifted its focus away from the player. In contrast, West Ham Target Mohammed Kudus, has shown a greater willingness to be flexible and accommodating.

This turn of events marks a significant uptick in West Ham’s transfer activity, following a relatively quiet start to the summer. The team’s earlier hesitation was amplified by the departure of Declan Rice. But now, they’re making decisive moves, not just with the pursuit of Mohammed Kudus, but also by exploring deals for Jeremy Doku from Rennes and Brennan Johnson from Nottingham Forest.

Under the guidance of Manager David Moyes, West Ham is targeting players who can bring more speed to their gameplay. This strategic approach, however, comes with a twist. The club’s new recruitment framework, led by Tim Steidten, is simultaneously on the hunt for emerging talents who possess current ability and a promising scope for growth. Mohammed Kudus perfectly fits into this exciting category, and he’s enthusiastic about the potential move.

In their recent season opener, West Ham faced Bournemouth and played to a 1-1 draw. The anticipation now builds as they gear up for their first home match of the season against local rivals Chelsea on the upcoming Sunday.

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