Ajax forward Mohammed Kudus has been linked with a summer move to the Premier League, with Arsenal and Manchester United keen.

Mohammed Kudus has established himself as one of the most exciting young attackers in European football. And his performances of attracted the attention of Arsenal and Manchester United. Fabrizio Romano has now revealed on Caught Offside that the 22-year-old dreams of a move to the Premier League at the end of the season.

He adds that there are no concrete talks with the two clubs yet but things could get moving in the summer.

“It looks like an open situation for Mohammed Kudus, things could happen with him this summer. I’m not aware of anything concrete at this stage with Man United or Arsenal; but he always had the dream to play in Premier League so the situation will be one to watch in the summer.”

It is no secret that Arsenal will have to add more attacking quality this summer. Mikel Arteta has not been able to rotate his attackers due to the lack of options. The Gunners need to sign a player who can play anywhere across the front three and will add creativity and goals to the side.

The 22-year-old Ajax forward certainly fits the profile, and he would be a solid, long-term investment for Arsenal. Arsenal will be competing in the Champions League next season, and they need a deeper squad to do well across multiple fronts. Meanwhile, Manchester United will have to bring in a quality forward who can lead the line for the next season.

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Kudus has worked with Erik ten Hag during their time together at Ajax, and the opportunity to reunite with the Dutchman at Old Trafford could be a tempting proposition for the young attacker. The Ghana international could be the ideal player to lead the line for Manchester United and his arrival will allow Marcus Rashford to operate in his natural role as the left-sided winger.

Kudus is a proven goalscorer for his club and country and he could sort out Manchester United’s attack for the foreseeable future. The 22-year-old has 18 goals and five assists to his name across all competitions.

He has a contract with Ajax until the summer of 2025 and the Dutch outfit are likely to demand a premium for his services. Arsenal and Manchester United certainly have the financial resources to pay up for him and it remains to be seen what he ends up.

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The 22-year-old has proven himself in the Eredivisie and he will be hoping to test himself at a higher level now. The opportunity to play in the Premier League next season will be hard to turn down.

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