Fabrizio Romano shares what Mohammed Kudus said about West Ham United today
Mohammed Kudus has admitted that West Ham United are a good club after playing what could be his final game for Ajax on Thursday 25 August.
Kudus scored a hat-trick in the Champions League qualifying win against Ludogorets, with a move said to be progressing quickly now [Dharmesh Sheth].
Fabrizio Romano relayed the interview in which Kudus can be seen smiling ahead of a potential move to the London Stadium which is gathering pace.
Romano shared what Kudus said: “West Ham? Good club, yes.
“Mohammed Kudus smiles in post-game interview, he scored a hattrick tonight.”
Wow, if you want to see how good of a transfer this could be for the Hammers, look no further than this evening.
Kudus was on fire in Bulgaria, taking the match ball home before admitting it is likely his final game for the club with this move to east London on the cards.
The Ghanaian star has pace, power and can finish, something that is slightly lacking in central areas at this moment in time at the London Stadium.
You can see from the grin on his face that he knows a move is close after some late haggling from both sides in negotiations, as he gets set to join back up with Edson Alvarez.
It is a real statement of intent too after early struggles in the window where it looked as though no one was coming in, and if it could be done in time to get him in the squad against Brighton, even better.
With matters on the pitch settled, hopefully this one is sorted immediately.
In other West Ham United news, a Chelsea duo are braced for a last-gasp Hammers transfer push