Ajax and Ghanaian midfielder Mohammed Kudus has indicated that is nearing to full fitness as he can “do everything again”.
Mohammed Kudus suffered an injury to his meniscus in his right knee in last month’s UEFA Champions League game against English Champions Liverpool.
The 20-year-old underwent a successful surgery and was ruled out for “several months”.
Kudus has started with his rehabilitation and he now feels everything is back to normalcy given his successful operation.
”I can do almost anything again: Driving a car, walking without crutches. I have started my rehabilitation and everything is back to normal,” Kudus told inside Ajax.
”The operation went well. I’ve received nice messages from everyone at the club. I want to thank everyone for that.”
Despite his injury, Kudus tries to be there for his team: “I watch every game. In my mind I am with them, even though I am physically not there. I support them at every game.
“Of course I was new, but my teammates and the staff helped me. The African fellow players made it easy to find my way around,” revealing he has settled in the Dutch city.
The young midfielder went on to thank everyone who has sympathized with him during this torrid time.
“I have received nice messages from everyone. I want to thank everyone for those boosts,” said Kudus
Kudus is expected to be back on the field early next year.