Galatasaray: Zamalek can't sell Mostafa Mohamed to any other club
Galatasaray's vice president sent Egyptian club Zamalek a firm message informing them they can't sell loanee Mostafa Mohamed to any other club as he will join Galatasaray permanently.
Galatasaray vice president Abdurrahim Albayrak spoke of rapidly rising star Mostafa Mohamed, who joined the Turkish Super Lig giants on loan during the last transfer window with the club retaining the right to sign him permanently before the end of this year, informing the player's original club Zamalek they can't sell him to another club according to the agreement both parties signed.
The promising 23-year-old striker has stolen the spotlight since joining Galatasaray scoring four goals in his first four games with the club's officials very enthusiastic about permanently landing the player.
In an interview with Sozcu, Albayrak stated that the club is intending to activate the buy-out clause in Mohamed's contract and there is no way Zamalek can sell him to another club should Galatasaray decide to make the move permanent before December.
"Zamalek won't be able to sell him to any other club than Galatasaray even if they receive a $20 million offer," the vice president said.
Mostafa Mohamed joined Galatasaray on a year-and-half loan deal for $2 million with a purchase-clause in his contract enabling the Turkish side to permanently sign him for another $4 million before December 2021.
The Egyptian player netted four times in his first four appearances that included the 1-0 victory in the derby against Fenerbahçe.
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