Hany Mukhtar

Hany Mukhtar
Hany Mukhtar
Hany Mukhtar
Real Name: Hany Mukhtar
HT: 5' 8" WT: 159
Designated Player
Age: 25 (03/21/1995)
Birthplace: Berlin, Germany
Hometown: Berlin, Germany




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


  • 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


Brøndby IF (Danish Superliga, Denmark)


  • 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


  • 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


  • 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


  • 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)


  • 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)


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

Hertha BSC (German Bundesliga, Germany)


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


  • 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


  • 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


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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
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