The French club Bordeaux is back again to try to include Mustafa Mohamed, the Turkish Galatasaray striker, in the upcoming winter transfer market.
The transfer process of Mustafa Mohamed stopped in the last hours of the summer transfer market, to continue his career with the Turkish team on loan from Zamalek.
According to the Turkish “FotoMac” website, Bordeaux will return to try to include the Egyptian striker next January.
This comes in light of the French team’s suffering from a bad start, as it was satisfied with one victory during the first 8 rounds of the start of the French League.
The club is also among the weakest offensively in the competition, scoring only 11 goals, so the move to include Mustafa Mohamed began next January.
The report added that Galatasaray could permanently include Mustafa Mohamed in the upcoming winter transfer market from Zamalek for 4 million euros, and then sell it to the French club.
The report concluded that the Egyptian striker’s performance is far from expectations and is interested in continuing his career in France.
Bordeaux is 16th in the French Ligue 1 standings with 7 points from 8 rounds.
Galatasaray occupies the tenth place with 11 points from 7 matches in the Turkish league standings.
Mostafa Mohamed did not score any goal during his appearance in 13 matches this season with the Lions, and only made one goal.