Nigerian and Plateau United centre-forward Ibrahim Mustapha is reportedly in the viewfinder of Egyptian Premier League giants Zamalek.
According to Allnigeriasoccer, Zamalek identifies Mustapha as a replacement of Mostafa Mohamed who left the club on loan to Galatasaray in the last transfer window.
The 24-year-old netted 7 goals in 9 Nigerian Professional Football League appearances so far this season since returning from his loan spell at UAE side Dibba Al-Hisn.
The Whites acquired two players as Mostafa’s replacements in Marwan Hamdi and Seifeddine Jaziri; however, the duo managed to score just three goals in 22 games between them. So they turn their focus on Ibrahim Mustapha.
However, Zamalek officials are set to be a part of a bidding war with Belgian club Beerschot, FC Vorskla of Ukraine as well as many other clubs for Ibrahim.