Hossam El Din Gamal
Monday 3 January 2022
The Turkish club Galatasaray set the required price in exchange for giving up the services of its player, Mustafa Muhammad, who is currently required by several French clubs.
Mustafa Muhammad had joined Galatasaray in early 2021 on loan, and the Turkish club decided to activate the purchase clause in his contract last December for 3.5 million euros.
The Turkish “Fanatik” website stated that Galatasaray is considering selling 3 of its players, including Mustafa Muhammad, as it seeks to obtain 55 million euros in exchange for their sale.
The site indicated that Galatasaray set the selling price of Mustafa Muhammad at 10 million euros.
This comes in conjunction with several French clubs to include the 24-year-old Egyptian striker, most notably Lille and Olympique Marseille.
It is worth noting that this is not the first time that French clubs have sought to sign Mustafa Mohamed, who was within the interests of Bordeaux and Saint-Etienne earlier.