Ghana midfielder Kudus Mohammed has completed his move from Danish side FC Nordsjaeland to European heavyweights Ajax Armsterdam,
The 19-year old penned a five year contract with Ajax in a deal worth 9 million Euros.
Mohammed passed his mandatory medicals on Thursday morning before putting pen to paper to conclude his mammoth move to the Dutch Eredivisie. He will wear the number 20 jersey.
This is the highest transfer record by a Ghanaian teenager in history to amplify his immense quality and talent.
Kudus has been one the most prolific teenagers in Denmark, scoring 12 goals in 25 appearances for Nordsjælland.
It’s a massive career move for the Ghana international, who has gained inches in the global media for his exploits in the Danish Superliga.
He has opted to join Ajax who are famed for honing talents of footballer across the globe.
The 19-year old made his Ghana national team debut last November when he came on as a substitute against South Africa in the Nations Cup qualifier. He scored his only goal for the country in that match.
Mohammed began his career with Right to Academy before moving to Europe to sign for FC Nordsjaelland.
He shot to prominence after a good FIFA U-17 World Cup in India in 2017.