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Mahmoud Trezeguet confirms Inter Milan move

Mahmoud Trezeguet confirms Inter Milan move

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Egypt international has confirmed that he will move to next summer and will spend the upcoming season on loan at Parma.

The 23-year-old Egypt international is regarded as one of the best young wingers in Africa, and has been linked with a number of European clubs following his impressive performances last season.

Trezeguet scored 16 goals and provided eight assists in 33 games with Turkey’s Kasımpaşa, leading them to a respectable eighth place in the Turkish Super League.

KingFut exclusively revealed that Trezeguet is set to join Italian giants Inter Milan, but due to the club having the maximum number of foreign players among their ranks, he will join Parma on loan.

“I will probably arrive in Milan and then go to Parma, it will be a loan for a season,” Trezeguet told Gazzetta dello Sport.

The former Al Ahly and Anderlecht player had offers from Zenit Saint Petersburg, Schalke, and Galatasaray, but he opted for Inter instead.

Photo: kasimpasa.com.tr

Trezeguet started his football career at Egypt giants Al Ahly in 2012, donning the famous red shirt until 2015, winning two CAF Champions Leagues, the 2014 Confederation Cup, one league title, and two Egypt Super Cups.

Overall he made 87 appearances for the Red Devils, before joining Anderlecht, however, he endured a difficult start to life with Belguim’s most successful club, as after just 11 appearances, he was loaned out to Royal Excel Mouscron and then Kasimpasa.

His time on loan saw him impressing, scoring 23 goals while providing 13 assists in 61 appearances with the two clubs across all competitions.

READ: Street in Kafr El-Sheikh renamed after Mahmoud Trezeguet

Trezeguet, who featured in all three of Egypt’s games in the World Cup, was one of the main reasons behind Egypt qualification after winning two crucial penalties during the qualifiers, including a last-gasp penalty in the decisive game against Congo.

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