Amidst uncertainties about Mohammed Kudus’s participation in Tuesday’s 2026 World Cup qualifier against Comoros, the Communications Director of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Henry Asante Twum, provided insights into the situation.
Kudus experienced back pain during Monday’s training session, prompting the medical team to halt his participation.
However, Twum emphasized that Kudus is not entirely ruled out of the game and will undergo further assessment before a final decision is made.
Speaking to Asempa FM, Twum assured that both the medical and technical teams will collaborate to determine the West Ham United star’s fitness.
“He is not entirely ruled out of the game, he will be assessed again by the medical team before the game.
“I am sure the medical team and the technical team will make a final decision on Mohammed Kudus”
While his status remains uncertain, Twum clarified that the rest of the players are in contention to feature in the crucial 2026 Mundial qualifiers second group game against Comoros.
The match is scheduled to take place at the Stade de Moroni, with kick-off set for 16:00 GMT. The anticipation builds as the teams prepare for a decisive clash in the qualifying campaign.