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EXCLUSIVE | Feyenoord interested in Al Ahly’s Mahmoud Hassan Trezeguet
Dutch club Feyenoord have expressed their interest in Al Ahly midfielder Mahmoud Hassan ‘Trezeguet’, KingFut.com can exclusively reveal.
Feyenoord Rotterdam are looking to pay 12 million EGP (around €1.5 million) to Al Ahly in order finalise a three-year deal in the summer with the 20-year-old Egypt international before other suitors get to him first, with Udinese also said to be among the clubs interested.
Despite football director Alaa Abdel-Sadek’s insistence that Al Ahly won’t allow any ‘key player’ to leave the club, the Red Devils may very well accept an offer of this sum due to the current financial problems they are going through.
The central midfielder, who recently extended his contract until 2020, was previously courted by Scottish giants Celtic and Nottingham Forest, with the youngster expressing his dream to play in Europe on multiple occasions.
Last January, Trezeguet was named the best Egypt-based player at the Youth and Sports Broadcasting annual awards gala.
Trezeguet wouldn’t be the first Egyptian or Al Ahly player to play for Feyenoord, as both Hossam Ghaly and Sherif Ekramy moved to the Dutch club from the Cairo giants years ago as youngsters.