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Turkish report: Marseille is preparing a bid worth 20 million euros for Mustafa Mohamed

Turkish press reports revealed that the French club Olympique de Marseille is preparing an offer worth 20 million euros, in order to buy Egyptian striker Mostafa Mohamed, the Zamalek player, on loan to Galatasaray, Turkey.

According to the Turkish site "takvim", the French club Olympique de Marseille, as well as Saint-Etienne, are seeking to contract with Mustafa Mohamed, while Mustafa Genghis, president of Galata Saray, is working on activating the final purchase clause of Mustafa Mohamed from Zamalek.

The site stated that Saint Etienne has once again returned his interest in the Egyptian international striker and is also planning to make a bid even if the Galatasaray activates the purchase option, and Marseille is also seeking to negotiate and will make an offer of 20 million euros.

Mustafa Mohamed is preparing to participate with the Olympic team in the Tokyo Olympiad scheduled for next July in Japan, where the Pharaohs will begin their journey by meeting Spain on July 22, then Argentina on July 25, and in conclusion, Australia on July 28.

The sons of coach Shawky Gharib will play 3 matches in just 6 days, and will conclude in his third football stage during his career in Tokyo Olympad, scheduled for next July in Japan, against his Australian counterpart on July 28.