Hachim Mastour (born 15 June 1998) is an Moroccan professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for AC Milan.
Began his playing career at hometown club AC Reggiana in 2012.
Played for Inter Milan in a number of youth tournaments.
Had offers from Juventus, FC Barcelona, Real Madrid and Manchester City.
Joined AC Milan in July 2012, aged 14 for a fee of £500,000.
A YouTube start in a video for energy drink Red Bull, in which he competed in freestyle skills against Brazil international Neymar.
Promoted to Milan’s first team by manager Clarence Seedorf for the final match of the 2013–14 Serie A season.
Joined Malaga on a 2 year loan deal in August 2015.
Made his debut playing five minutes as a substitute 5 days later.
Returned to Milan after making one appearance all season after Málaga opted to rescind Mastour’s loan contract.
PEC Zwolle (loan)
Joined Dutch club Zwolle on a season-long loan in July 2016.
Made his Eredivisie debut in August 2016 against Sparta Rotterdam.
Return to AC Milan
Managed just six first team games in Holland and returned to AC Milan.
Reported that Mastour was released from AC Milan in July 2017, this was not true as he had one year left on his contract.
Capped six times and scored once for Italy Under-16’s.
Announced in May 2015 that he would play for Morroco and not Italy.
Made his international debut for Morocco in June 2015, becoming Morocco’s youngest ever senior international player, aged 16 years old and 363 days
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