Galatasaray coach Fatih Terim has warned Mostafa Mohamed.
Terim has criticised Mohamed’s performance for the team, stating it will warrant him a return to Egypt.
The attacker is playing for the Turkish giants on loan from Zamalek, but has so far failed to impress this season. His latest encounter was on Sunday when his team threw away a two-goal lead against Trabzonspor to draw 2-2.
Mohamed has managed just one assist in the nine matches he has played for the club in all competitions as the team has struggled to cope with the exit of Nigerian forward Henry Onyekuru and veteran Colombian striker Radamel Falcao who had established himself as the main leader up front.
Speaking to Turkish publication MyNet, Terim offered some words of advice to his striker stating that he must follow his instructions.
“If you want to play in France or the Premier League, you must do what I tell you.
“Otherwise, the team you will leave for from here will be Zamalek. No one will want you with this performance. If you don’t recover, you will play for Zamalek next season.”
This season, Galatasaray have been knocked out of the Uefa Champions League and have eight points from a possible 12 in the league after two wins and two draws.
Coincidently, the 23-year-old was one of the club’s best hitters last season. In 16 Super Lig appearances, he scored eight league goals as Galatasaray finished as runners-up behind rivals Besiktas.
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By FARPost Reporter