ETH could replace Fernandes by launching Man Utd move for“electric” £40m “monster”

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Mohamed Kudus, an offensive midfielder for Ajax, is the target of a summertime raid by Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag.

What has changed since Mohamed Kudus joined Man United?

In order to reconcile with his former player ahead of the 2023/2024 season, Ten Hag is reportedly targeting a move for Kudus during the summer transfer window, according to talkSPORT.

With the club’s recent expensive purchases, Ajax is expected to seek roughly £40m for one of their prized assets, but this seems like pennies on the dollar.

Since his arrival at Ajax last year, the Dutchman has already plundered the Eredivisie team for Antony and Lisandro Martinez, and it appears that the Eredivisie team is preparing for another United trade.

Is Mohammed Kudus an improvement over Bruno Fernandes?

Bruno Fernandes received harsh criticism for his erratic behavior during United’s recent 7-0 loss to Liverpool; he acted petulantly and walked straight down the tunnel after the game without greeting the visiting fans.

Of course, this doesn’t imply that Ten Hag wants to replace him, but given that the Portuguese offensive midfielder has served as captain for the bulk of the season, Ten Hag may have second thoughts about the Portugueseman’s long-term appropriateness for the position given his recent antics.

Although he is a little more adaptable than Fernandes, Kudus plays in a position that is similar to Fernandes’. He can play further forward as a striker or even drop deeper into a central midfield position, giving Ten Hag a variety of options.

Nevertheless, Kudus has outperformed Fernandes this season, tallying more goals (15 to 5), shots per game (3.04 to 2.25), touches in the attacking penalty area (134 to 127), and aerial duels (38.6% to 29.6%), suggesting that he could replace Fernandes as early as next year.

The Ghanaian played exceptionally well throughout the group stage of the Champions League. The 22-year-old placed second in the club’s tournament with an average Sofascore rating of 7.22/10. In addition, he completed an amazing 79% of his attempted dribbles, notched two assists, and scored four goals, demonstrating his tremendous potential on the biggest platform possible.

The player has previously been referred to as “electric” by talent scout Jacek Kulig, and journalist Muftawu Nabila Abdulai has praised him as a “monster.” This combination could work wonders for Ten Hag next season. His pace could add something different to the United attacking, and talent scout Jacek Kulig has referred to the player as “electric” before.

His experience in the Champions League and his success for Ghana at the World Cup, including his two goals in Qatar, undoubtedly demonstrate that he would fit in at United with ease. Currently, it seems as though Fernandes’ future is secure, but if Kudus does show up in the summer, the situation could change drastically.

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