Stephan El Sharaawy recently signed for AS Roma from French club AS Monaco and he celebrated his return to Italian football with a sensational goal against Frosinone.
The Roman club will pay AC Milan 1.4 million Euros for the initial loan deal, and have the option of permanently transferring the player for a price of 13 million Euros.
Stephan El Shaarawy has faced abrupt dip netting only thrice throughout the course of the season after being billed to achieve great heights with AC Milan following his move from Genoa four years ago. The Italian striker has set his sights on a Premier League move this summer, according to his agent brother. Injuries have been a concern for the 22-year-old as a fractured foot thwarted his chances limiting his appearances to seventeen this season, but, at such a tender age, he is still touted to shine as Arsenal and Liverpool are known to be keeping tabs on him. While speaking to Sky Sport Italia, Manuel El Shaarawy stated that his brother might fancy a move to England while also admitting his interest in the progress of the Rossoneri, who have finished thirty seven points behind champions Juventus. “Would Stephan like to go abroad? I never disguised that I’d like to see him play overseas, for example in the Premier […]
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