Ghana forward Kudus Mohamed joined FC Nordsjaelland in July 2018 and has been sensational for his current club this season so far, earning him his debut call-up into the Black Stars last month, and grabbing his maiden goal for the Stars in his debut game against South Africa in November this year.
The former national U-17 and U-20 player has struck seven times in 15 appearance of for Nordsjaelland this term, but in November particularly, the 19 year old took the Danish League under his feet scoring four goals and marking an assist in club’s five games in November.
He has been rewarded with Danish Super League Young Player of the month of November, surpassing Sebastian Hausner, Morten Frendrup, Nicolas Dyhr og Jeppe Okkels to win the prestigious prize.
Kudus may be living in the promise of his head coach Flemming Pedersen when the Nordsjaelland manager shared his thought on the midfielder’s qualities for the EPL.
“Potentially, he is definitely the most exciting midfielder in the Super League and I think he has potential for the Premier League.”
“His tactical understanding is getting better and better, and when it gets fully in place, he has the whole package to be able to play at the highest level,” claimed by Pedersen.