Player Details

Name

Hany Mukhtar

Height

5' 9"

Weight

159 lbs

Date of Birth

3.21.1995 (26)

Birthplace

Berlin, Germany

Position

Midfielder

Position Detail

Attacking Midfielder

Preferred Side

Centre

Footedness

Both

Roster Category

Senior

Player Category

Designated Player, Designated Player
2021 MLS Regular Season
2021 MLS Regular Season

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Career Summary

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ACQUIRED

Signed as the club’s first Designated Player on August 27, 2019.

AWARDS AND MILESTONES

  • 2018 Danish Cup Champion
  • 2016 Austrian Bundesliga Champion
  • 2015 Primeira Liga Champion
  • 2014 UEFA U-19 Champion
  • 2014 UEFA U-19 Championship Team of the Tournament
  • 2013 2. Bundesliga Champion

PROFESSIONAL

Nashville Soccer Club (Major League Soccer, United States)

2020

Brøndby IF (Danish Superliga, Denmark)

2019-20

  • Made 14 appearances for Brøndby after returning from a foot injury
  • Scored his first goal of the season on Sept. 15 in a 4-2 win over Nordsjaelland
  • Finished injury-shortened season with two goals and two assists

2018-19

  • Made 37 appearances across all competitions, starting 33 of them
  • Scored seven goals and had five assists
  • Scored a goal on August 9 in Brøndby’s Europa League Qualifying first-leg victory over Spartak Subotic
  • Capatained Brøndby to a win in second leg of Europa League Qualifying over Spartak
  • Scored and assisted in back-to-back Superliga matches on September 2 and 16 against Midtjylland and SønderjyskE
  • Played 115 minutes in Brøndby’s penalty shootout loss to Midjylland in the Danish Cup Final

2017-18

  • Signed permanently with Brøndby ahead of the season
  • Made 46 appearances across all competitions, starting 43 of them
  • Had two assists in Brøndby’s 3-1 Danish Cup Final win over Silkeborg FC
  • Recorded three goals and four assists in a three-match span during November 19 and 26 and December 3, helping Brøndby win all three matches
  • Had two assists on April 8 in 5-1 win over Horsens

2016-17

  • Made 38 appearances across all competitions, starting 27 of them on loan from S.L. Benfica
  • Scored a goal and recorded two assists on March 5 in a 2-3 loss to Nordsjælland
  • Scored a goal in consecutive matches on September 25 and October 2 in a 3-0 win over Odense and a 2-2 draw with Randers
  • Scored the tying and winning goals in Brøndby’s extra time win over Randers in the Danish Cup quarterfinals

FC Red Bull Salzburg (Austrian Bundesliga, Austria)

2015-16

  • Made 15 total appearances across all competitions on loan from S.L. Benfica
  • Registered an assist and played all 90 minutes on May 11 in a 2-1 win over Grödig
  • Scored a goal on October 17 in 8-0 victory over Admira
  • Helped Salzburg capture the Austrian Bundesliga title and Austrian Cup

S.L. Benfica (Primeira Liga, Portugal)

2014-15

  • Signed for the Portuguese champions on January 15, 2015
  • Made one appearance in 4-1 victory over Marítimo

Hertha BSC (German Bundesliga, Germany)

2013-14

  • Made 10 appearances and two starts
  • Appeared in two matches with the Hertha Berlin reserves in the Regionalliga Nordost, tallying an assist

2012-13

  • Signed to first team after growing up in the club’s youth academy
  • Made seven appearances to help Hertha capture the 2. Bundesliga title and earn promotion to the top flight
  • Played in 13 matches with Hertha Berlin’s reserve side in the Regionalliga Nordost, scoring five goals and adding three assists

INTERNATIONAL

  • Has made 54 career appearances with the German Youth National Teams (U-15 through U-21)
  • Scored four goals in five appearances at the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup
  • Scored a hat-trick against Fiji in Germany’s opening match of the 2015 U-20 World Cup
  • Scored the lone goal in Germany’s 1-0 victory over Portugal in the 2014 UEFA European U-19 Championship match
  • Scored a goal in Germany’s 4-0 semifinal win over Austria at the 2014 UEFA European U-19 Championship
  • Named to the “Team of the Tournament” at the 2014 UEFA European U-19 Championship
  • Made his German Youth National Team debut on November 11, 2009 with the German U-15s, scoring a goal in a 6-2 friendly win over Estonia

PERSONAL

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