Egypt winger Mahmoud Trezeguet (Photo: Kasimpasa official Twitter account)
Egyptian winger Mahmoud “Trezeguet” Hassan will probably be departing Turkish side Kasimpasa in the summer, he has said, as he has bigger ambitions.
"I received five or six offers in January, including a very good one from a Turkish club, but Kasimpasa's president wanted me to stay, insisting that they need my efforts," Trezeguet told beIN Sports TV channel on Friday.
"I accepted to stay and next summer I will assess the available offers," the 24-year-old player added.
Playing his second season in Turkey, Trezeguet has scored six goals in his team's 23 league games, but he seems eager for more achievements with a better team.
"My target is to be a successful player whether I remained in Turkey or not," added the former Ahly player, whose current contract at Kasimpasa runs out at 2021.
"I want to move to a club where I guarantee playing regularly. I don't want to warm the bench as a substitute even if that was for the best team in the world," concluded Trezeguet, who was substituted out six times in his league appearances this season.
The Egyptian winger enjoyed an impressive season with Kasimpasa last term, finishing as the team's top scorer with 13 league goals.
Kasimpasa currently lie 12th in the league table with 29 points, 22 points behind leaders Istanbul Basaksehir.
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