Man United keeping tabs on 18-goal Premier League star this summer

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Manchester United are reportedly interested in the West Ham United attacker Mohammed Kudus.

The 24-year-old has been outstanding since he moved to the Premier League and he has been a key player for West Ham. According to a report from the Mirror, Manchester United want to improve their attacking unit and they have identified the African star as a potential target.

They are looking at the Wolves attacker Matheus Cunha as well. It will be interesting to see if Manchester United follow up on their interest with an offer in the coming weeks. The Ghanaian could be attracted to the idea of joining a big club like Manchester United.

The Red Devils are one of the biggest clubs in the world and the opportunity to play for them can be hard to turn down. The 24-year-old will look to compete at the highest level and push for major trophies in the coming seasons. Manchester United could provide him with the platform to compete with the biggest clubs in the country.

Mohammed Kudus in action for West Ham

Mohammed Kudus could improve Man United

Kudus has 18 goals and seven assists in all competitions this season and he could prove to be a major upgrade on players like Antony. The West Ham star is versatile enough to play on either flank as well as a centre forward.

Manchester United need a versatile attacker like him to support the likes of Rasmus Hojlund and Marcus Rashford. He could complete the Manchester United attack for the foreseeable future.

Convincing the player should not be a major problem for the Red Devils. Erik ten Hag has already worked with him during their time together at Ajax and the Dutch manager could play a key role in convincing the attacker to join the club. It remains to be seen whether Manchester United can convince West Ham to accept a reasonable offer for him.

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  1. Why would West Ham sell one of their best players to a direct rival? Please don’t be so stupid.

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