Panathinaikos rejected Longoria for the new “Mohamed Salah”

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After being eliminated by Panathinaikos in the third qualifying round of the Champions League, OM sought revenge. According to information received from Sport24 this Thursday, the Olympians tried to sign Bilal Mazhar, son of the former Egyptian international who played for AS Monaco and Chateauroux, Mohamed Mazhar. The Marseille board would have made a proposal which the Greek leaders immediately rejected.

Greek sports media said, “The Greens did not even enter the negotiation process, because the amount was too precise and it was in no way… seven figures.” Under contract with Panathinaikos until June 2024, OM clearly tried to steal the Franco-Egyptian, who has a very bright future.

Bilal Mazhar destroyed the youth league

Last season with Panathinaikos, Bilal Mazhar won the Greek U19 Championship and he shone in Europe. The 19-year-old striker was joint best goalscorer in the youth league with Dutchman Max Meerdink. Against Slavia Sofia, Bilal Mazhar equaled the record for most goals in a single youth league match by scoring a quintuple.

Last April, Ouest France had already established the profile of the man who defended Egypt’s colors (U20) at international level. Trained at Arab Contractors in Cairo, he comes from the same club as a certain Mohamed Salah. It remains to be seen whether Bilal Mazhar will follow in the footsteps of his esteemed elder and why not Om, to be continued…

to sum up

The Greek press has just revealed that OM tried to recruit Panathinaikos’ young Franco-Egyptian striker, Bilal Mazhar (19 years old). The Phocaeans also made an offer which the Greeks rejected… something to be wary of!

Thomas Sallis

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