Salis Abdul Samed names Kudus and Kamaldeen as Ghana’s biggest stars

Black Stars midfielder Salis Abdul Samed has named Mohammed Kudus and Kamaldeen Sulemana as the team’s go-to men to propel Ghana to the next level.

The 22-year-old who has been regarded as one of Ghana’s promising talents at the World Cup was speaking on how Ghana could move on from their disappointing exit from the ongoing tournament in Qatar.

Salis Samed shares similar sentiments with the masses who have already labelled Kudus as Ghana’s next big thing in football. He believes the former Nordsjælland midfielder together with Kamaldeen Sulemana will be a great duo to spearhead the Black Stars to the next level.

He mentioned that the qualities of the Ajax man and the Rennes winger will go a long way to help the Black Stars progress in future assignments.

“Everyone knows ‘Kudus dey’, Kudus will be a big star. To me, his qualities are different from all of us. He really helps us in the game and I think Kamaldeen Sulemana if he gets more chances to play, he is a top player.

“To me because I’ve already played against him in Ligue 1 so many times. Last season, this season. Even though I won against him, I think that guy is very good. If he works harder and gets more time to play with less injury, he will be a top player,” He told 3sports Thierry Nyann.

Mohammed Kudus stole the headlines when he struck twice to give Ghana an important 3-2 victory over South Korea at the World Cup having assisted Ghana’s first goal in the previous match against Portugal.

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Following his amazing show at the World Cup, he has been on the radar of top European clubs including Liverpool and Barcelona.

Kamaldeen was also a positive talking point after he was introduced during Ghana’s defeat against Uruguay.