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Bayern Munich chase Egypt's El-Nenni - reports

Egypt and Arab Contractors midfielder is on Bundesliga giants radar

Mahmoud Elassal, Sunday 15 Apr 2012
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Egypt's Mohamed El Neny (Photo: Reuters)
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Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich have stepped up their interest in signing Egypt Olympic team and Arab Contractors midfielder Mohammed El-Nenni to get his services when the summer transfer window reopens, local newspapers claim.

Egyptian newspaper Al Ahram and state-run agency MENA revealed that Egypt Premier League outfit Arab Contractors have received an offer from German Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich to sign the midfielder.

El-Nenni was part of Egypt U-20 national team that suffered a last-16 exit at the World Cup in Colombia after slumping to a 2-1 loss to Argentina. He also performed well with Egypt Olympic team under the helm of coach Hany Ramzy in the London Games qualifiers.

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