The addition of Mustafa Mohamed, the Turkish Galatasaray striker, to the next camp of the Egyptian national team, has become threatened due to a robbery.
The Turkish Al-Sabah newspaper reported that Mustafa Muhammad had an unfortunate accident, when his bag was stolen while he was heading to shop in Istinye Park.
The Turkish newspaper stated that the bag contained important things, most notably a wallet containing cash, as well as his passport, which is a matter of concern for the Egyptian player.
Security cameras in the shopping center detected the moment of the robbery, but the wallet and passport were not found with the thief.
Failure to find Mustafa Muhammad’s passport may result in his inability to travel from Turkey to Egypt to join the upcoming “Pharaohs” camp.
The newspaper confirmed that Mustafa Muhammad suffers from depression because of what happened to him, especially since his start with Galatasaray at the football level was exceptional.
It is expected that the Egyptian national team camp will be held at the end of this month, in preparation for the Kenya and Comoros matches in the African Nations Cup qualifiers.
It is noteworthy that Mustafa Mohamed, since joining Galatasaray, has fought 8 confrontations, during which he scored 6 goals, in the best start for an Egyptian professional in European leagues.
And the Egyptian national team’s attack is facing a real crisis before the next camp, as doubts are surrounding the ability of Ahmed Hassan Kouka, the Greek Olympiakos striker, to catch up with the “Pharaohs” camp, after suffering an injury in his team’s last match.