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Dubai - Yasmine El Tohamy - It has been reported that Galatasaray forward Mostafa Mohamed is attracting interest from the Premier League following his brilliant start to life abroad with the Turkish Super Lig giants.
Mohamed joined Galatasaray on a one-and-a-half loan deal from Zamalek with an option to buy and hit the ground running in the Turkish Super Lig.
The 23-year-old has now four goals in four games in Turkey, with an average of a goal every 79 minutes.
And according to reports, Galatasary have reached an agreement with Mostafa for a new five-year contract, which will include a €25 million release clause.
And it looks like his ferocious start with The Lions has caught the eyes of other European clubs that will begin to track his progress.
According to Turkish outlet Habertürk Spor, Crystal Palace is one of the English Premier League teams that started following the Egypt striker.
The Eagles’ scouts will be attending the game between Alanyaspor and Galatasaray on Saturday to watch the Zamalek loanee closely.
It is worth noting that Galatasaray hold the right to redeem Mohamed permanently for $4 million.
And in case Mohamed moves to the Premier League, he will become the 13th Egyptian to play in the most competitive European league and the first-ever to sign for Crystal Palace.
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