Everton fans in the Transfer Tavern will be looking ahead to the summer dealings their club decides to make and locals will be expecting a number of changes to be made.
One of those potential summer dealings could be to bring in Mahmoud Hassan from Anderlecht, according to a report in the Irish Sun. The newspaper claims the Toffees are monitoring the winger’s progress and could have to compete with AFC Bournemouth to bring him to the Premier League.
The Egypt international, who is currently on loan at Kasimpasa in Turkey’s Super Liga, is expected to feature for the North African nation at this summer’s World Cup, giving Sam Allardyce the opportunity to keep tabs on him further. Galatasaray are also thought to be interested but the 23-year-old, who has been nicknamed “Trezeguet”, is keen on a move to England.
Anderlecht are believed to be ready to consider any offers for Hassan as he approaches the final year of his contract and has no intention of returning to Belgium.
Indeed, Egyptian wingers have proven rather effective on Merseyside of late, with a certain Mo Salah not doing too badly for Liverpool this season. The pair will more than likely line up together at the World Cup in a few months, though could be enemies in the North West
Locals in the Tavern will be interested to see what Hassan has to offer, despite his outstanding season in Turkey where he has scored 12 goals and provided three assists when they have already signed Theo Walcott in January and Yannick Bolasie has returned to fitness.
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