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Mostafa Mohamed the last chance to save the summer Mercato Zamalek

Mostafa Mohamed, the loaned Zamalek striker, to Galatasaray, became the last chance to save the summer Mercato Zamalek after the crisis that prevented Zamalek from being restricted for two terms due to Hossam Ashraf, the young Zamalek player, who signed for Zamalek after signing professional contracts with an academy in Cameroon.

Zamalek officials believe that Mustafa Mohamed’s return from loan to support the offensive line is the best choice at the present time, especially since Zamalek was unable to include the Tunisian Saif Al-Jaziri in his list due to the activation of the purchase clause from the Arab Contractors at the end of last season, and the offensive line became includes all of Marwan Hamdi and Omar Al-Saeed only.

Zamalek officials are awaiting the Turkish team's position on Mustafa Mohamed, after Galatasaray coach Fatih Tarim confirmed his unwillingness to activate the purchase clause in loaning Mustafa Mohamed because of his poor level.

Press reports indicated that the chances and chances of Egyptian Mustafa Mohamed, the Turkish Galatasaray striker, continuing to stay with his club have diminished, stressing that his chances have become very difficult due to the decline in his scoring level.

And the Turkish newspaper "fanatik" confirmed that Mustafa Mohamed continued his absence from scoring for the 12th match in a row with his team in various Turkish and European competitions, which makes it difficult for him to continue with the team.

And the newspaper added, that Mostafa Mohamed participated with 12 games so far in the new season, without scoring any goal, and he has not scored any goal with the team since last May, and that activating the purchase of the player’s contract from Zamalek club became difficult, after the player disappointed. The hopes of the club and its fans.

The newspaper added, that this rate seems very difficult for the Galatasaray administration to obtain the services of Mustafa Mohamed from the Zamalek club, which was loaned for a season and a half. Zamalek received 2 million dollars with an option to buy 4 million dollars.