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Mahmoud Trezeguet signs Kasimpasa contract extension until 2021

Mahmoud Trezeguet signs Kasimpasa contract extension until 2021


 has signed a three-year contract extension that will keep him at Kasimpasa until 2021, the Turkish club announced on Friday.

The Egypt international has committed his future to Kasimpasa after being linked with a number of clubs, namely Inter Milan, Galatasaray, Sevilla, Marseille, and Stuttgart.

Trezeguet has been with the Turkish club since July 2017, making 36 appearances for them, scoring 16 goals while providing eight assists.

The 23-year-old joined from Anderlecht on an initial loan before signing on a permanent basis after the club activated the player’s release clause.

He played in all three of Kasimpasa’s opening league games this season, helping the club collect nine points from nine as they currently sit second in the Turkish Super League behind Galatasaray on goal difference.

Photo: Kasimpasa

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.

Trezeguet helped massively in guiding Egypt for the 2018 World Cup after winning two crucial penalties during the qualifiers, including a last-gasp penalty against Congo that earned the Pharaohs their qualification to the World Cup.

He played all three of Egypt’s disappointing World Cup games, as the Pharaohs finished bottom of their group behind Uruguay, Russia, and Saudi Arabia.

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