Anderlecht to sell ‘not tactically disciplined’ Trezeguet – Reports
Belgian club Anderlecht has decided to sell Mahmoud Hassan Trezeguet at the end of the season, as he is considered surplus to requirements.
The 22-year-old was loaned to Royal Excel Mouscron last summer, saving them from relegation by scoring five goals and providing four assists in 24 games.
The former Al Ahly player is on several European clubs’ radars, after his amazing performances in the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations last January, when he helped Egypt reaching the final game.
Anderlecht will recall Trezeguet to sell him, not to use him as he is not tactically disciplined enough for their manager René Weiler, according to Belgian newspaper Nieuwsblad.
They will sell the Egyptian only for the right price as they paid around €3.2 million to sign him from Egyptian giants Al Ahly.
Trezeguet hasn’t proved himself at the Belgian giants as he made only 11 appearances for Anderlecht since joining them in August 2015, assisting only once and failed to score any goal.
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