Ghana international Mohammed Kudus says he might have played his last game for Ajax following his performance against Ludogorets on Thursday night.
Kudus scored his first career hat-trick for Ajax in the UEFA Europa League playoff first-leg against the Bulgarian side away from home.
🇬🇭 Mohammed Kudus gives Ajax the lead against Ludogorets in the Europa League playoff game.
The Ghanaian scored two goals in the first 18 minutes of the game before adding his third in the second half.
Kudus has been heavily linked with a move away from the Dutch side this summer with reports Ajax and West Ham United have reached an agreement over a fee for the 23-year-old to move to London.
While that is yet to be made official, the versatile midfielder seems to have confirmed a transfer away from Ajax.
“Yes, I think so,” Kudus said when asked if the game against Ludogorets was his last for the Eredivisie side.
“But we see what happens in the next days because I don’t have control over everything. We see in the next days what happens.
“Talks are going on so we will see if there’s an agreement in the next days then we take it from there.”
The Right to Dream graduate also describes West Ham as a ‘good club’ when quizzed about a possible move.