Mohammed Kudus is a 22 years old Ghanaian Football player who plays as a Midfielder for Eredivisie Club and the Ghana National Team.
He is currently representing Team Ghana at the ongoing 2022 Qatar World Cup as a midfielder. Mohammed Kudus was born on August 2, 2000, in Accra, Ghana. He is 22 years old. He was born to his father named Jurgen Kuczynski and his mother Marguerite Kuczynski.
Mohammed Kudus is a Muslim. Mohammed Kudus first joined the Ghanaian Right to Dream Academy at the age of 12 before transferring to the Danish team Nordsjaelland. He made his significant debut with Nordsjlland at the age of 18. He immediately entered the game as a striker but was replaced at the halfway point. Mohammed Kudus made his debut, making him the club’s ninth player to do so.
Later, on July 16, 2020, Kudus and Eredivisie team Ajax reached a five-year, €9 million deal. He also participated in the team’s first league match against RKC Waalwijk. In his first three games, Kudus continued his strong play, scoring one goal and dishing out three assists. Kudus was later described as a player with “great potential” by head coach Erik ten Hag.
However, his UEFA Champions Cup debut for the playoff game against Liverpool on October 21 was an abject failure. Kudus was replaced after just 6 minutes by a knee injury that forced him to miss multiple weeks of action. Currently, Kudus is representing Ghana at the ongoing 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. He has total earnings of 6 million EUR as of 2022.