Kudus to Liverpool would be a disaster


Yesterday, Spanish media ignited rumours about West Ham’s Mohammed Kudus potentially moving to Liverpool, which quickly spread across various news outlets. Within 24 hours, the narrative of “Kudus to Liverpool” had gained significant traction.

Selling our star winger to Liverpool would be a disastrous decision for West Ham. Yet, there’s no denying Kudus’s talent will have attracted admirers. Reports from Fichajes suggest that Liverpool is eyeing Kudus as a potential replacement for Mohamed Salah, who might be considering a lucrative move to Saudi Arabia. With the Reds possibly preparing for Salah’s departure, they see the Ghanaian international as a fitting successor.

Since the start of the year, much of the media focus around Liverpool has revolved around finding a successor for manager Jurgen Klopp, with Ruben Amorim emerging as a likely candidate. However, the discourse is shifting towards Salah’s future as Saudi Pro League clubs, particularly Al Ittihad, have expressed interest, with a significant offer potentially on the table post-season.

Liverpool’s search for a replacement has included numerous names, now adding Kudus to the list. West Ham, who secured Kudus for £38 million last summer, has been pleased with his performance, as he has contributed to 22 goals in all competitions this season. It’s typical that just when we appear to have moved on from Jarrod Bowen being linked to Liverpool that a new rumour begins.

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  • Trevor Beaumont says:

    Nah! You believe the BS served up by the Spanish media? No-one will be joining Liverpool until their new manager is in place and the window is open.

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