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Mido: ENPPI’s Salah Mohsen will join a club I played for

Salah Mohsen

Former Wadi Degla coach Ahmed Hossam said that a club he previously played for is interested in acquiring the services of ENPPI’s forward .

ENPPI’s top scorer has been fundamental to the team’s success this season, scoring seven goals and assisting twice in 14 league appearances as Ehab Galal’s men currently sit fourth in the Egyptian Premier League.

“I would like to announce an important piece of news. A notable club which I played for in Europe is going to present an official offer to sign Salah Mohsen next week,” Mido said in radio comments. “The club’s chairman spoke to me and he will aim to sign Mohsen starting the new season.”

Turkish website Gazete Damga, recently reported that Trabzonspor’s manager Rıza Çalımbay is monitoring the progress of Mohsen at the Petroleum Club as he wants to strengthen his squad.

Mido enjoyed a long career in Europe playing for a number of clubs including AFC Ajax, Olympique de Marseille, Tottenham Hotspur, Westham United, Gent, Celta Vigo, Middlesbrough and Barnsley.

“A delegation from the club will be here in mid-January to sign the player,” he added. “Can he move to Europe? He is talented and has a bright future waiting for him. The club’s officials spoke with me about him and I told them my view on his abilities assuring that he is a talented young player who will perform well in Europe.”

Salah Mohsen came through ENPPI’s youth ranks and has already scored 10 league goals in his first 30 games. He is currently fifth top scorer in the league this season with seven goals, only behind El-Maqassa’s duo John Antwi and Hussien El-Shahat and Entag’s forward Omar El-Said.

In addition to being a hardcore football fan, Abdelrahman is a communications enthusiast who works in marketing, advertising, content creation and PR.

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