Mustafa Mohamed joined Galatasaray on loan for a season and a half with eligibility to buy.
Ahmed Yahya said on “On Time Sports” channel today, Monday: “Mustafa wanted to move to France, but Zamalek agreed to the Turkish offer, and the agreement stipulates the right of Zamalek as well to obtain a percentage of Mustafas resale in the future if he moved to Galata Saray permanently.”
Saint-Etienne was trying to include Mustafa, but he did not reach an agreement with Zamalek about the financial return, in addition to disputes between the two parties after that.
Mustafa Muhammad’s agent added in his speech, “The reception of Mustafa Mohamed was wonderful, and the atmosphere of his reception confirms that Galatasaray knows that he included a great player.”
“Mustafa Mohamed will be present in tomorrow’s match with Galatasaray,” he added.
Galatasaray is preparing to meet Istanbul, Turkey’s Basaksehir, on Tuesday in the 22nd round of the Turkish league.
When asked whether there is an Egyptian club that wanted to include Mustafa, Ahmed Yahya replied, “In Egypt, there is a club that Mustafa will not be able to move to and another club that he wanted to join, but the negotiations were not official and Mustafa himself wanted to be professional outside Egypt.”
When asked about Mustafa’s dream and where he wishes to play in the future, he replied, “I personally hope he will go to Real Madrid or Barcelona, but the way Mustafa’s start with Galatasaray and his career will determine where he will move next.”