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Galatasaray informs the Football Association that Mustafa Mohamed will not participate in the Olympics

Turkish press reports revealed that Galatasaray Club has sent an official letter to the Egyptian Football Association, due to the club's desire not to participate in the team's striker, Mustafa Mohamed, in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

The Turkish newspaper, "Al-Sabah", reported that Galatasaray Club does not want Mustafa Muhammad to participate in the Olympics with the national team, due to the club's participation, which finished the Turkish League last season in summer, in the preliminary rounds of the European Champions League, which coincides with the preparations for the Tokyo Olympics and group matches.

The newspaper said in a tweet through its official account on the social networking site “Twitter”: “The uncertainty about Mustafa Mohamed bothers Galatasaray, who will face PSV Eindhoven in the Champions League, on July 21.”

And she added, "The club officials sent an official letter to the Egyptian Football Association and so far there has been no positive response. The club does not have attackers at the moment except for Ryan Babel, and that Galata Saray does not have attackers after the end of the loan of Khalil Darwish Ogli, and in light of the injury of the veteran Colombian Radamel Falcao. .

The Turkish Galatasaray will clash with PSV Eindhoven in the second preliminary round of the Champions League season 2021-2022, as Galata Saray is scheduled to host the Dutch team on July 20-21, and then host it a week later on Sunday 27 July 28 in Turkey.

It is noteworthy that the stage of the second preliminary round of the Champions League comes at the same time as the Olympic team participating in the Tokyo Olympics, at the same time, Mustafa Mohamed's position on participating in the Olympic team has not yet been determined.