Ahmed Yahya said toFilGoal.com: “It has been confirmed that Mustafa Muhammad is not one of the cases infected with Coronavirus, returning from the national teams after the international suspension period announced by the Galatasaray Club.”
He added, “I contacted Mustafa Mohamed a short while ago and he assured me that all his samples are negative and that it is not intended for the infected cases that were announced by the club.”
He concluded his remarks, “Mustafa Mohamed is completely ready to participate in his team’s training in preparation for the next matches and does not suffer from anything.”
Mohamed Abu El-Ela, the Egyptian national team doctor, confirmed the same toFilGoal.com: “He contacted Mustafa Muhammad myself, and assured me that he is not the player infected with Corona virus in Galatasaray.”
Mustafa Mohamed, the Egyptian national team striker, plays for Galatasaray, and the Egyptian star arrived in Turkey on Tuesday after the end of his mission with the Pharaohs.
And the Turkish club said in a statement: “One of our players has started a period of isolation after it was confirmed that he was infected with Corona virus with his country.”
The statement added, “After the tests that came out on Wednesday morning, it was discovered that another international player was infected with the virus after his return from his country.”
The club did not name the players, while Al-Sabah newspaper reported that the first player was Emre Kilink, the Turkish national team player.
Other press reports said the other player was playing defense.
Mostafa Mohamed, who participated in Kenyas upcoming African Nations Championship qualifiers last Thursday, sat on the bench in the Comoros match on Monday.
Mustafa Muhammed’s brilliance attracted attention soon after, with Galatasaray, scoring 6 goals and assisting in 8 matches.
Mustafa Mohamed plays on loan from Zamalek for a season and a half, and Galatasaray is entitled to receive his services permanently if he pays 4 million euros.