A lot of Aston Villa fans are not happy after summer signing Mahmoud Trezeguet has said he does not want to leave the club, according to King_FUT, via the Express and Star.
The attacker arrived from Turkish league side Kasimpasa for around £9.00 million (per Transfermarkt) and, in his 24 Premier League games, he has scored three times and assisted twice.
He has been linked with a move to Super Lig side Besiktas, via the Daily Mail, but his latest comments seem like the player is keen to prove doubters wrong and excel in England and he said, “Playing in the English Premier League was a dream for me.”
Fans have not been happy with his overall play, and his offensive statistics when you compare him to other players in the squad back up their criticisms, per WhoScored. The Egyptian has only managed on average 0.8 key passes per game, and 1.5 shots per game. For context, Anwar El Ghazi has managed 1.1 key passes and 1.8 shots per game whilst Jack Grealish’s ranks the highest with 2.7 key passes and 2.1 shots per game.
Has Pepe Reina done enough to convince you?
Here is what fans had to say after the players latest comments:
Trezeguet: “I am linked to a contract for the next five years with Aston Villa, and I am committed to the contract. Playing in the English Premier League was a dream for me, so I am completely focused on that step.” [@King_Fut] #avfc
— villareport (@villareport) March 25, 2020
Bad news after bad news
— Simon (@simoneinon) March 25, 2020
It’s ok mate you can go we won’t hold it against you
— Michael cannell (@Michaelcannel13) March 25, 2020
Needs to improve a lot and impact games more on what I’ve seen of him this season he looks invisible and when he does get the ball he loses it so easily!!
— andy (@andy59967602) March 25, 2020
— Matt Long (@MattLong28) March 25, 2020
Really weak signing.
— Sean Costello 🏴🇮🇪🦁🎸 (@SeanAVFC1992) March 25, 2020
Oh great 🙄
— Stuart Thomas (@Stuey_T_Ecology) March 25, 2020
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