Ghanaian attacker Kudus Mohammed has completed his dream move from Danish side FC Nordsjelland to Ajax in the Dutch Eredivise.
The former Right to Dream academy graduate joined the Dutch side after completing a successful medical.
The 19-year-old arrived in Amsterdam on Thursday morning for the mandatory medical after agreeing to join Ajax in a deal worth €9 million.
The former Ghana Black Satellite forward signed a five-year contract after passing the medical.
Kudus has been one of the most prolific teenagers in Denmark, scoring 12 goals in 25 appearances for Nordsjælland.
The forward opted to join Ajax despite interest from top sides including Liverpool.
Kudus scored in his Black Stars debut last November against South Africa in the Nations Cup qualifier.