His dad is Egyptian, his mom Swiss, however Stephan El Shaarawy is Italian completely. Brought up in Savona, ‘The Pharaoh’ is celebrated for more than his feeling of style and mohawk – he’s a standout amongst other youthful players Serie A has created as of late.
A pacy forward with clever spilling aptitudes, he offers an assortment of assaulting alternatives as he can work both as a solitary striker or wide on the left in help of a frontman.
Stephan began at Savona-based Legino Calcio before joining the Genoa foundation while still a young man. He made his Serie A presentation with Genoa when scarcely 16 years of age, in an away amusement against Chievo on 21 December 2008, yet hinted at the main solid his capacity in the 2010-11 season while on advance at Padova in Serie B.
His exhibitions that year – with 25 appearances and seven objectives, still scarcely 18 years of age – turned out poorly and AC Milan snapped him up in the late spring.
El Shaarawy packed away his first Serie An objective in a 1-1 draw with Udinese at the San Siro on 21 September 2011 and he soon settled himself as one of the brightest youthful players in Serie A, going ahead to play for the Rossoneri 83 times and scoring 21 objectives.
In the wake of winning his first Italy call-up he made his full Azzurri make a big appearance in an inviting against England on 15 August 2012. He struck his first objective for the senior national side against France at the Stadio Tardini soon thereafter, on 14 November.
In the mid year of 2015 he moved to Ligue 1 furnish Monaco on advance however marked for Roma on 26 January 2015 – this time with the point of remaining any longer. A lightning begin to life in the capital – he scored a backheel on his presentation – saw his arrangement made perpetual in the mid year, offering some truly necessary strength after a time of vulnerability in his vocation.
His first full crusade in Giallorossi, 2016-17, finished unequivocally – with a fine objective against Juventus especially staying in the memory. With his flexibility a significant resource (and a World Cup additionally coming soon), under new mentor Eusebio Di Francesco he will doubtlessly be hoping to benefit as much as possible from the open doors he gets