A top club source’s three-word Mohammed Kudus update will absolutely delight West Ham United fans with just over a week of the window remaining.
Hammers News is delighted to bring fans a positive update on West Ham’s prime transfer target from a senior source inside the club.
The Ghana midfield maverick is the club’s number one target right now.
It was last Friday lunchtime when Hammers News exclusively revealed that West Ham’s move for Kudus was ‘faltering’ according to our most senior source inside the club.
Exclusive: Top club source’s three-word Mohammed Kudus update will absolutely delight West Ham fans
A very senior figure inside West Ham told us the potential deal for Kudus was ‘faltering’ because Ajax refuse to budge on their £46m valuation while the Hammers were refusing to go any higher than £41m.
On Monday we reported that there was nothing new in Kudus claims being made by reporters over the weekend that the deal could be off and that the situation remained unchanged with West Ham still very much in negotiations.
That was proven when a second bid went in which was rejected by Ajax yesterday.
There have been claims from the likes of Sky Sports that West Ham may now decide to walk away from the attempts to sign Kudus – much to the disappointment of supporters. Indeed some reports have claimed the Hammers have given up hope of a deal.
But now a top club source’s three-word Kudus update will absolutely delight West Ham fans with just over a week of the window remaining.
Hammers have not walked away from Kudus deal
When asked whether there was any hope remaining of a West Ham deal for Kudus, our top source responded emphatically: “Yes, still talking.”
It comes after our report earlier which highlighted the fact Kudus himself has already angrily denied claims circulating that the demands of him and his agents are making a move difficult.
Sometimes with West Ham it’s the hope that kills you.
But don’t believe the reports claiming the Hammers are giving up on Kudus. As of this evening that is certainly not the case.
With the summer transfer window closing next Friday night at 11pm – we’ll be keeping everything crossed.
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