English Premier League side Everton FC have expressed interest in signing Ghanaian youngster Kudus Mohammed in the on-going summer transfer window, according to reports in Denmark.
Mohammed has been on the radar of the English Premier League side as well as other clubs in Europe.
According to reports, officials of the club are set to hold talks with Danish club FC Nordjaelland over the 18-year-old.
It is believed that the former Right to Dream graduate will be on his way to the English side should his club agree terms with Everton.
Since joining FC Nordjaelland from their feeder club Right to Dream Academy in Ghana, he has been touted as the next big thing in Danish football.
He made 28 appearances and scored three goals, with two assists for FC Nordjaelland last season.
He was part of the Ghana U-17 squad that reached the quarter-final stage of the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup held in India and also featured for the Ghana U20 in the 2019 Africa Youth Championship held in Niger earlier this year.