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Ghana teenager Mohammed Kudus joins Ajax on five-year deal

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Ghana teenager Mohammed Kudus joins Ajax on five-year deal. This was confirmed by both the player and AFC Ajax.

He becomes the most expensive teenager in the history of Ghana football.

Ajax signed the 19-year-old from Danish side FC Nordsjaelland for €9million.

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