Egyptian striker Mostafa Muhammad is on the radar of Spanish clubs
Spanish teams are eyeing Egypt's and Zamaleks's number one striker, Mostafa Mohamed, with Rayo Vallecano leading the race.
Several Spanish La Liga teams are interested in Zamalek's striker Mostafa Mohamed, who has been delivering outstanding performances with both his club and the U23 Egyptian national team.
According to reports in his home country, the 23-year-old-Egyptian striker has been on the radar of a number of European clubs especially Spanish ones including Rayo Vallecano and Elche. The reports suggest that with a week remaining Rayo Vallecano hope to sign a left-back, a winger, and a striker with Zamalek's player name having been featuring heavily.
Mostafa Mohamed wants to start his journey in Europe:
Reports also affirmed the player's interest in launching his career abroad and starting away from Egypt at a Spanish club. He has earlier stated that his desire is to leave Egypt and play in Europe, as he is looking for new challenges at this age, and many European clubs have already shown their interest in the player's services.
Mohamed was one of the outstanding stars in the last U23 African Cup of Nations, helping Egypt win the title and securing the topscorer spot for himself with his 4 goals against Mali, Ghana and Cameroon.
Rayo Vallecano one of the favorites
Rayo Vallecano is considered among the favorites of the clubs looking to secure the player's singature as the team's squad still has a vacancy for a player from outside the European Union, in addition, the team's coach confirmed that he needs to reinforce the striker's position in his squad.
Muhammad has also been having an impressive campaign with his club this season, having scored nine goals in the Egyptian League and six goals in CAF African Champions League.
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