Egyptian winger Kahraba set for move to Premier League?
Impressive Egyptian winger Mahmoud Abdel-Moneim, otherwise known as Mahmoud Kahraba, has been linked with a transfer to three Premier League sides. It is understood that Southampton, West Ham and Burnley have all expressed interest in the Zamalek star.
Recent performances of the likes of Egyptian internationals such as Mohamed Salah, Mohamed El Neny and Ahmed Hegazi have caught the eye of many Premier League scouts; with teams now deploying their network to view other Egyptian internationals in action.
Salah, arguably the Premier League player of the year this campaign, is a close friend of Kahraba and has recommended a move to England to the 24-year-old.
The 5 foot 11 winger is currently playing on loan at Al-Ittihad but will return to Zamalek shortly. It is understood that the Egyptian club are looking for a fee of around $22 million to sell the pacey winger.
West Ham and Burnley have already been in contact with Kahraba's parent club and are confident that an agreement will be reached with representatives to bring the player to England sooner rather than later.