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Former Al Ahly player, Walid Salah El-Din, encouraged the Red Devils to try an sign Aston Villa and England defender Tyrone Mings.
Mings joined Villa after they got promoted to the Premier League last summer, coming from Bournemouth where he stayed of four years.
And despite the fact that his side have been struggling in the league this season, the England international was one of their top performers.
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The 27-year-old was recently linked with a move to league rivals Arsenal, however Salah El-Din believes that Al Ahly can sign especially if they get relegated.
“There’s a youngster at Aston Villa who wears the number 40 shirt, he’s a good defender and he would be a good signing for Al Ahly,” he told OnTime Sports 2 TV.
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“He’s good with his head and in case they get relegated to the Championship, I think Al Ahly can pay his value.
“His name is Tyrone Mings and he’s 27-years of age, he’s English and is valued at €22 million,” he concluded.
Thanks to a Mahmoud Hassan Trezeguet goal against Arsenal, Aston Villa’s hopes of remaining in the Premier League are still alive as it helped get out of the relegation zone on goal difference.
Their upcoming game will be against 15th placed West Ham United on Sunday July 26th at the London Stadium. If the Villains get the three points they will remain in England’s top flight.
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