£ 3.5million ‘incredible talent’ linked to Rangers makes excellent start to loan spell


Rangers have been mentioned in connection with the Egyptian international

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The Rangers have struggled to score goals in recent weeks, with just four in their last four outings.

This is the same record Mostafa Mohamed has at his new club, and he was linked with club Ibrox last year.

According to Sport record, Egyptian club Zamalek SC have requested £ 3million for the striker in the January 2020 transfer window, and Ibrox’s side have finally signed Florian Kamberi from Hibs.

Mohamed, who has four caps for the Egyptian national team, joined Galatasaray on loan at the end of the January 2021 window and has made a superb start to life in Turkey.

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The 23-year-old has found the net in each of his first four appearances for Fatih Terim’s side, including the lone away goal against Fenerbahce.

He continued his streak on Sunday with a last-minute winner against Kasımpaşa SK.

Mohamed has joined Super Lig executives on a 1.5-year loan deal for £ 1.7million, with the Turkish club having an option to buy for £ 3.5million .

As quoted by Sport record in April 2020, his former boss Milutin Sredojevic claims to have received a call from Rangers manager Steven Gerrard regarding the player.

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He said: “Steven Gerrard called me personally to ask questions about Mostafa Mohamed. He wanted to know what he looked like as a player and in training.

“But Zamalek made the transfer very difficult because they don’t want to be seen as a sales club.

“So the transfer never took place, but Steven Gerrard really wanted the transfer to happen.

“Mostafa is a player with a bright future. He’s an incredible talent who will of course go to Europe one day soon.

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