The Ajax attacking sensation Kudus agreed to the personal terms with Arsenal, and now it is a matter of time before Ajax and Arsenal will finalize the deal before the Transfer Deadline is over. He has been linked with many other clubs who wanted the amazing, skilled player in their team, but right now, Arsenal has the upper hand on that.
The Ajax club also agreed on the amount with West Ham United and The Athletic, but now it’s on Kudus as to where he wants to go for his future. West Ham offered him around €41 million plus €3 million add-ons. Many players are on the verge of Arsenal’s exit, and Nicolas Pepe is one of the top contenders to be out of the club as he has been unsettled in the club since he arrived from LOSC Lille for around 80 million euros.
Arsenal is looking for more attacking players as recently they signed some amazing talent like Havertz from Chelsea for about 75 million euros and Declan Rice for about 116.60 million, which is their record-breaking transfer to strengthen the midfield area. They even signed Justin Timber from Ajax earlier in the summer, but he picked up an injury.
Mohammed Kudus is 23 years attacking midfielder and winger of Ajax who played 86 matches for Ajax and scored 24 goals and 12 assists in the season, which captured many big club’s interest in him, but right now, the two top clubs to sign him are West Ham and Arsenal, but now it’s up to Kudus whom he wants to pick because both the club agreed to meet the demand of Ajax which is of 42 million euros plus some add-on bonus.
Arsenal needs one attacker in their team who can be a valuable player for them, as Kudus can play both roles and will be a huge signing for the Gunners if they are able to sign him before the transfer market closes.
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