Chelsea and Arsenal target yet to agree terms with Brighton
Chelsea and Arsenal target Mohammed Kudus has yet to agree personal terms with Brighton & Hove Albion.
The Seagulls recently agreed a deal in principle with Ajax for the Ghana international, but still need to finalise terms with the player.
Kudus is said to be excited to play in the Premier League, but as things stand, Brighton have not found a contract agreement with him.
The news should provide encouragement for the likes of Chelsea and Arsenal, who have also expressed an interest in securing his services.
The London giants have not made any proposals for the talented attacker, but could do so if Brighton can't convince him to join them.
The Blues see him as a potential competitor to Noni Madueke on the right wing while Arsenal see him as a back-up behind Bukayo Saka.
Kudus has found success from the right wing over the past year, but he is also comfortable playing from the central midfield department.