Mohammed Kudus switch to the English Premier League this summer, is half way done after WestHam United reached agreement with AFC Ajax Amsterdam.
The Hammers have concluded personal terms with the Ghana international with verbal agreement sealed with AFC Ajax on €45m total package add-ons included plus sell-on clause.
Kudus, 23, has agreed a five year with the side and medical booked on Saturday in London.
This follows, the step that was taken by WestHam United new technical director Tim Steidten on Thursday night. He travelled to Bulgaria where Kudus and Ajax faced Ludogorets Razgard in the UEFA Europa League qualification game.
Tim met the player and finalised the deal, waiting for mandatory medicals.
Signing of documents is also expected to be done in 48-hours. Ajax earlier rejected two bids from WestHam United FC in hand, thus €37m and €42m.
The Black Stars midfielder snubbed Brighton and Hove Albion for WestHam United FC after his demand of release clause placed in his contract was not accepted.
Liverpool FC and Chelsea FC earlier showed interest but never made official bid.
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