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Massive Relief as Kudus Release Clause Expires

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Hammer Mohammed Kudus will NOT be sold this summer insist West Ham. That’s the news from West Ham’s top source who informed Claret & Hugh’s Sean Whetstone this morning.

A £85m buyout clause for this summer expired at midnight on 1 July without being activated and will not be activated again next summer. This means that any club wishing to bid for the Ghanaian will not have their bid automatically accepted.

Any bids that come in subsequent in this transfer window will be rejected. It had first been thought that the released clause would not be activated until next summer, but the club were desperate not to alert other clubs that he was available for a short period of time this summer.

Sky Sports Germany’s transfer expert Florian Plettenberg revealed last week that the Kudus release clause was in fact active this season. Fortunately the leaked details didn’t result in a firm offer for the player who is believed to be happy to remain at West Ham.

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  • Ageing Hammer says:

    Thank God!

  • Vote Tory says:

    ExWHUEmployee says that the release DOES become active next summer. I tend to believe him more than anybody else

  • Be careful what you read says:

    Can we actually believe anything on C&H?

    • Martin Treasure says:

      Hello again, Matt: Your fourth identity in four separate posts might make me wonder about believing in your identity. ‘Be careful what you read’ being your latest nom de plume, following on from ‘computer says no’ and a couple of others yesterday. At least we are brave enough to put our own names to the articles we write.

  • Steve says:

    Are with this new head trainer West Ham ever going to be able to put a team together? How many unhappy players we must have now I’m asking you boys, find a way to shut him down & please stay the happy team you were and come back next season showing him you don’t want xxxxxx like him running the team.

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