Sports 360 – Today, Tuesday, press releases revealed the position of the committee responsible for the management of the Zamalek club headed by Hussein Labib, regarding the circulating news that Mustafa Mohamed, the striker on loan to Turkey’s Galatasaray, is close to the French club Bordeaux stands.
Mostafa Mohamed asks Zamalek to facilitate his exit from the French League
A source from the Zamalek club confirmed to Egyptian website “Fi Joule” that the government is upholding its rights in the deal to transfer Mustafa from Galatasaray to Bordeaux.
Zamalek’s source explained on the Egyptian website that it is not legal for a player loaned to one team to be loaned to another team, and Galatasaray must sign a permanent contract with Mustafa and notify him setting the player’s transfer to Bordeaux.
The Zamalek source indicated that Mustafa Mohamed contacted the Zamalek administration and asked them to facilitate his mission in the move to Bordeaux, stressing that the White Castle abided by its rights under the play agreement in light of the contract concluded with the Turkish club.
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◾️ Turkey’s Galatasaray and France’s Bordeaux have agreed to hand over Mustafa Mohamed, the Egyptian striker undergoing medical examination in preparation for his transfer to the French club pic.twitter.com/c3fw9QcKr2
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The Turkish newspaper “Al-Sabah” confirmed that Mustafa Muhammad would leave Turkey and go to France to complete the medical examination.
Mostafa Mohamed has traveled to France in recent hours to undergo a medical check-up to join Bordeaux, according to BN Sports.
According to the Turkish “fantik” newspaper, Galatasaray’s government has decided to activate Mustafa Mohamed’s purchase clause from the Zamalek club, and the Turkish club will sell the player to France’s Bordeaux for $7 or $8 million.
Mustafa Mohamed joined Galatasaray from Zamalek for a season and a half on loan, and the Turkish team has the right to sign the player permanently for €4 million.
Since joining the Turkish club, Mustafa Mohamed has participated in 17 matches in all competitions and scored 9 goals.
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