• Wednesday, May 22, 2024
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Kudus to replace Mo Salah at Liverpool


According to Sports Mole, West Ham United striker Mohammed Kudus, is reportedly being considered as a potential replacement for Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah, who is linked with a big money move to Saudi Arabia in the summer.

Since joining the Premier League from Ajax last summer, the Ghana international has been a standout performer under the leadership of David Moyes.

With 13 goals and four assists from 40 appearances for West Ham this season, Kudus has attracted attention from top European clubs. His performances at the 2022 World Cup showcased his talent, and he has continued to impress in both domestic and European competitions.

Kudus’s explosive style of play, particularly down the wing, has been a highlight, with an average of 3.66 successful take-ons per match, placing him in the 96th percentile for wingers in Europe’s top five leagues.

Although Kudus is contracted to West Ham until 2028, with the option of an additional 12 months, the club’s current position in the Premier League standings could influence his future. Sitting eighth with five games remaining, West Ham faces a challenge to secure a top-seven finish.

In light of potential departures, Liverpool is reportedly exploring options to bolster their squad, with Kudus emerging as a candidate due to his versatility across the forward line.

However, Liverpool is considering other players as well, and Salah’s future at Anfield remains uncertain.