The Nordsjaelland player has been linked with a move away from the Danish league as he is on the transfer radar of top European clubs.
The Ghanaian has established himself as an integral member of the FC Nordsjaelland first team since joining them from Right to Dream Academy two years ago.
Kudus has been linked with moves to Olympique Marseille, Borussia Dortmund, Fenerbahce, and Everton but his agent says they will consider a lot of factors before they accept any offer.
"Many European clubs are in discussions at the moment, but we are not in contact with OM. There are very large teams and intermediate clubs, and Mohammed's choice will be to join a team where he will have playing time, but he will be spoiled for choice," she told Le Phocéen.
She added: "What is certain is that he will leave Denmark this summer. Obviously, clubs like Salzburg and Leipzig can be on the spot, but also English, Spanish, and Italians. We also have Ligue 1 clubs, but not those that have been mentioned recently."
Kudus has scored nine goals in 19 league games in the halted Danish league. Read Full Story