The just promoted English Premier League side Aston Villa have announced the signing of Egypt star winger Trezeguet for a stated sum of £8.75m. The Egyptian young star who played for Egypt in the just concluded Total AFCON 2019 was signed from Turkish club Kasimpasa.
In response the new signing, Villa’s manager Dean Smith said; “We’re truly eager to work with ‘Trez’,”
“I’ve watched him in various occasions. He’s the sort of wide player that we have been searching for who is immediate, causes issues for the restriction in the last third and scores goals.”
Since gaining promoted to the Premier League in May, following a 2-1 play-off final victory over Derby, Villa have signed defenders; Ezri Konsa, 21, from Brentford for £12m; Bjorn Engels, 24, for £9m from Reims; Tyrone Mings, 26, from Bournemouth for £20m; Kortney Hause from Wolvesfor £3m and left-back Matt Targett from Southampton for £15m.
In addition, they’ve also spent £22m on forward Wesley from Club Brugge, £8m on winger Anwar El Ghazi from Lille, midfielder Jota from Birmingham in a swap bargain, before now adding Trazeguet to the list.
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Mahmoud Ahmed Ibrahim Hassan was born in Kafr El Sheikh, before given the nickname Trézéguet aged 9 by Badr Ragab, an adolescent mentor at his school team because of his goalscoring record for the team and likeness to French global footballer David Trezeguet.
He started his professional career with Al Ahly, and later broke into the first team at 18 years old and helped them win the 2012 CAF Champions League and 2013 CAF Champions League.
In 2015, he joined Belgian group Anderlecht and the move was later made lasting. Be that as it may, he attempted to build up himself in the first team and spent the accompanying two seasons on advance, first with individual Belgian side Mouscron and later Turkish side Kasımpaşa. With Kasımpaşa, he turned into the most elevated scoring Egyptian player in the Turkish top trip in a solitary season which incited the club to make the exchange changeless in Villa