Ghana midfielder, Kudus Mohammed, has suffered a setback in his return from a long injury lay-off that kept him out of action from October to December 2020.
The 20-year-old returned to action in January after recovering from injury but he only made one substitute appearance before relapsing and has not played ever since.
Ajax Manager, Erik Ten Hag, has explained the 20-year old’s situation and called for patience as he works his way back to full fitness.
“I know how complex this injury can be. He’s back on the pitch again but he had a setback,” Ten Hag said.
“Now he’s taking part in certain group activities during training. We are being careful with him and taking it to step by step.”
Kudus had a blistering start to his Ajax career after joining from Danish club FC Nordsjalland for 10 million Euros.
He scored one goal and provided three assists before sustaining a knee injury in a Champions League group game against Liverpool in October 2020.