Turkish press reports revealed the amount set by the Galatasaray Football Club management, to sell the team’s striker, Egyptian international Mustafa Mohamed.
And the newspaper, “Fotomac”, reported that the Galatasaray club’s management is demanding 10 million euros, to give up Mustafa Mohamed’s services to any team that wants to include him.
According to the same newspaper, Galatasaray received a verbal offer from the Italian club Atalanta to sign Mustafa Mohamed for eight million euros, an offer that was rejected by the Turkish club.
The Egyptian striker has made a remarkable performance with Galatasaray this season, and contributed to his team’s arrival in the 16th round of the European League, after topping its group with 12 points.
In January 2021, Mustafa Mohamed joined the Turkish football giant from Egypt’s Zamalek on loan with the option to buy for four million dollars, an item that the Turkish team did recently.
It should be noted that Mostafa Mohamed is currently in the camp of the Egyptian national team, which is preparing to participate in the African Nations Cup, which will start next Sunday in Cameroon.