Journalist Dean Jones has claimed that Ajax midfielder Mohammed Kudus, who has been linked with a possible move to Tottenham this summer, is open to joining Wolves.
GhanaWeb were the first to report at the start of the month that Spurs held an interest in Kudus. The report claimed that Conte’s men were ‘confident’ they could strike a deal for the 22-year-old next summer if they fail to sign him during this transfer window.
This was subsequently followed by a report from Ghanasoccernet, who stated a week later that Tottenham scouts were in attendance during Ajax’s match against Fortuna Sittard to watch Kudus in action.
Everton have also been credited with an interest in the Ajax star this summer but The Daily Mirror claimed last week that the Toffees had hit a roadblock in their efforts to sign the midfielder.
The report asserted that Frank Lampard’s men thought they had a deal agreed for Kudus but the Eredivisie giants changed their stance as they did not want to lose him and Manchester United target Anthony in the same transfer window.
Jones has now said that he is surprised more clubs have not expressed an interest in Kudus this summer and added that a move to Molineux is on the cards for the youngster.
The journalist told GiveMeSport about the Ghanaian: “He’s one of the more intriguing players that I think can be signed and I can’t believe more clubs aren’t in talks over this if he is genuinely gettable.
“He’s part of an Ajax side that I thought he would have a bigger role in, to be honest. He’ll want a certain style of club if he is going to leave.
“I’m told that Wolves would be of interest to him. I don’t think Ajax are looking to offload him particularly, but if he were to leave, then I can see Wolves being one that he would be open to.”
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I do not think Spurs ever seriously considered a move for Kudus this summer. Even if Paratici had identified the 22-year-old as a potential target at the start of the transfer window, our interest in the Ajax star would have likely ended the moment we signed Bissouma.
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