Date: 27th March 2020 at 7:30am
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Following on from all the Trezeguet being tapped up by Mohamed Elneny rumours that had apparently seen him decide to make the switch from Aston Villa back to Turkey and Besiktas at the end of the campaign, the 25-year-old Egyptian international rubbished those claims himself this week.

His response was simple and showed he was committed to his contract with us, as we’d taken the chance on him and brought him over to our game and the ‘dream’ of the Premier League, but with some fans not convinced given his inconsistency as he continues to adjust to life with us, plenty on social media were quick to criticise both his contract length, whilst also seeming to imply he should’ve hit the ground running, and as he hasn’t, he’s a massive flop.

Will Trez Improve With 12 Months Under His Belt?

Yes, We've Seen The Signs

Yes, We've Seen The Signs

No, Cash In When We Can

No, Cash In When We Can

Thankfully not everyone sees it that way as real football isn’t FIFA, and it seems plenty were willing to learn from how quickly we wrote off the likes of Jordan Amavi and Jordan Veretout previously.

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