Quick rising Ghanaian football star Mohammed Kudus has been named in Forbes Africa’s 2023 30 Under 30 rundown.
The Ajax Amsterdam playmaker is one of just two Ghanaians in the current year’s rundown, with the other being imaginative chief and videographer Emmanuel Whajah.
has been in electrifying structure for both club and country throughout recent months, having additionally featured for the Black Stars at the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
The 22-year-old is as of now partaking in his most useful spell before objective after at long last defeating injury and settling at Ajax.
The youthful playmaker is on a rich vein of structure that has seen him contribute 18 goals and five assists in all competitions this season at club level.
He additionally scored twice and gave one help to Ghana at the World Cup notwithstanding the Black Stars’ gathering stage exit.
For his endeavors on and off the pitch, the previous Right To Dream Foundation midfielder has been perceived on Forbes Africa’s 30 Under 30 rundown.
Forbes Africa’s 30 Under 30 perceives the most brilliant visionaries, daring individuals, change-producers and trailblazers to have their spot on the landmass.
The rundown contains 30 of Africa’s most cunning trend-setters younger than 30 for the classes of Business, Innovation, Creatives, Game and Science/Wellbeing.
In the mean time, Kudus accepts there is something else to come from him in spite of his rankling structure in the continuous campaign.
Speaking about his aspirations for the season, Kudus said he desires to win the league and cup twofold with Ajax, demanding he hasn’t accomplished anything yet.
“The objective is to win the cup and the league and until I accomplish that I haven’t done anything yet. So there is really coming. More work to be finished,” he told Ajax television last month.