Exclusive: Mohammed Kudus’ real stance on West Ham exit amid Liverpool & Man City interest

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Mohammed Kudus is attracting serious interest from clubs across world football this summer.

Sources close to the situation have informed CaughtOffside that Manchester City could bring the 23-year-old on board if Kevin De Bruyne leaves in the window. The Sky Blues want the Belgian international to stay put amid interest from the Saudi Pro League.

It’s understood that both City directors and Pep Guardiola are appreciative of the Ghanaian’s talents.

Who could compete with Manchester City for Kudus?

Will Kevin De Bruyne leave Manchester City? – (Photo by Carl Recine/Getty Images)

Liverpool are another outfit that has been persistently linked with Kudus. Ongoing interest in Luis Diaz from PSG and Barcelona, not to mention the uncertainty around Mo Salah’s future amid probing from the Middle East, has prompted the Reds to search for alternative options.

Although Al-Nassr, Al-Ahli, Liverpool and Manchester City are monitoring the wide man’s situation, no official talks have taken place at the time of writing.

Sources have confirmed that any offers made will be below the €100m mark as Kudus believes his current release clause is a fair price to pay for his services.

However, it should be noted that the former Ajax star is not currently considering leaving the Hammers in the current window.

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  1. Let him go….Journey man, just after the bucks. Preferred our team when it was not full of unfulfilled expection and illusions of grandeur. We are WHU and will be never more than that..We found that out in the 80’s when we finished 3rd and didn’t build on it…

  2. I like the way Kudus plays but he is no Kevin DeBruyne, City should sign Kudus, J Musisla, and J. KImmich this summer transfer window.

    Sell Grealish, Cancelo, Roberto

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