Ghana midfielder Mohammed Kudus has returned to training for Ajax after recovering from a knee injury that kept him out for three months.
Kudus who joined Ajax at the beginning of the season from FC Nordsjælland was starting to enjoy life in Holland until he suffered a meniscus injury.
The injury came about after he landed poorly after a clash of knees with Liverpool midfielder Fabinho on the Ghanaian’s Champions League debut.
Subsequently, the 20-year-old had to undergo surgery and was expected to be about for three to six months.
However, Kudus’ recovery seems to have been quicker than expected as the midfielder is currently ahead of his rehabilitation already starting ball work.
Ajax coach Erik ten Hag will be pleased to see Kudus back considering how important the Ghanaian was becoming for the Ajax team.
In four appearances for Ajax this season, Kudus scored once and provided three assists in the Eredivisie before getting injured.