‘Motivates me’ – Striker reacts to speculation amidst rumoured Spurs interest

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FC Nordsjaelland sensation Mohammed Kudus, who is rumoured to be interesting Tottenham has admitted that the speculation surrounding his future is serving to drive him to greater heights.

Kudus has been one of the standout talents in the Danish league since breaking into Nordsjaelland’s first-team last season from the club’s youth academy.

The versatile 19-year-old, who has been a converted from a midfielder to a forward this season, has already been capped by Ghana in last year’s AFCON qualifiers.

The youngster has struck ten goals in 23 games in all competitions this campaign (transfermarkt.com)

Foot Mercato reported last month that Tottenham are competing with the likes of Paris Saint-Germain, Rennes, Marseille, Fenerbahce and Inter Milan.

It has been claimed that the Nordsjaelland player could be available for just for around £4.5million this summer (Gazzetta Dello Sport).

Kudus has now hinted that he is open to a move to any of the top five European leagues.

Speaking about the speculation surrounding his future, he told TipsBladet: “In a way, it motivates me to do even better. There are great expectations for me and it has taught me how important it is to keep your feet on the ground.

“I like Barcelona, I’m a big fan of Spanish football. But I watch matches from all the top five leagues, so I have a good knowledge of them all.”

Spurs Web Opinion

If reports over recent weeks are to be believed, it does look like we are likely to target up and coming talents this summer over established stars. Clubs in smaller leagues are likely to be desperate for some cash influx due to the impact of COVID-19 and there are potentially some great deals to be had despite our low transfer budget if we approach the transfer window smartly.

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