Ryan Babel and Mostafa Mohamed are teammates at Galatasaray in the Turkish Super League and the Dutchman has been impressed with his Egyptian teammate. According to Ryan Babel, Mostafa Mohamed has a bright future in the European game. In his latest interview monitored by HITC, Ryan Babel revealed that it’s only a matter of time before Mostafa Mohamed plays in one of the top leagues on the European football scene. Mohamed has been in very good form since signing for Galatasaray from Egyptian giants Zamalek at the start of the year and the £22m-rated striker has been linked with a move to the Premier League. South Londoners Crystal Palace are said to be the team keen to sign him. Crystal Palace are expected to look for striker reinforcements in the summer with the likes of Michy Batshuayi, Christian Benteke and Conor Wickham expected to leave the club. Belgian international Batshuayi is on a season-long loan at Crystal Palace from Chelsea but he has not been successful unlike his last loan deal at the club few seasons ago. For Benteke, his Crystal Palace deal ends in the summer, while Wickham is also in the same situation having endured several injuries in the past years at the club.
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West Brom striker Mbaye Niang has received the seal of approval from Galatasaray teammate Ryan Babel in his quest to spearhead the relegation battle for his new team between now and the rest of the season. Mbaye Niang signed for West Brom on loan from Galatasaray and the Senegalese attacker has been able to breath life into the dwindling fortunes of the Baggies in the bid for Premier League survival.
MbayeNiang was a thorn in the flesh of the Manchester United players when the Baggies played hosts to the Red Devils at the weekend as West Brom boss Sam Allardyce was able to get his battling message across to his players. MbayeNiang scored his first goal for West Brom in the Premier League under two minutes via a header after he outmuscled Swedish centre back Victor Lindelof. West Brom fought hard to keep that advantage until Manchester United talisman Bruno Fernandes produced a moment of genius to score the equaliser for the Red Devils on the stroke of half-time.
Ex-Premier League winger Ryan Babel has opened up on his biggest regret as a professional football player. Ryan Babel talked about his biggest career regret in an interview with the Daily Mirror. According to the Dutch international player, his biggest regret is leaving Liverpool after his almost four-year stay on Merseyside. Ryan Babel became a Liverpool player in the summer of 2007.
Galatasaray winger Ryan Babel has revealed the clubs that turned him down while he was struggling in his career. He mentioned the clubs in an interview with Voetbal International. According to the Dutchman, teams in the Premier League and the German Bundesliga rejected him while he was at one of the lowest points of his career as a footballer.
The ex-Liverpool player wanted a new challenge after his unsuccessful spell with Dutch champions Ajax Amsterdam and this informed the decision to call some clubs. His agent called both West Ham United and Aston Villa in the English top flight. The two teams turned down the chance to sign him. Bundesliga teams like Bayer Leverkusen, Borussia Dortmund and Schalke 04 also said no to him. He scored four league goals in 16 outings during his second Ajax Amsterdam spell.
The Dutch team of AFC Ajax, Galatasaray, rented Ryan Babel during the summer transfer. But the Netherlands team was not able to give the desired results. The star footballer from Super Lig team Galatasaray returned to yellow and reds after his contract with the team expired. Now the question lies, whether he will be hired again or not.
The Football Association have stated that players who choose to show support for the Black Lives Matter
movement during premier league matches will not face punishment. The FA have pledged a common
approach to in-game incidents.
The FA have been very strict against political and social movements in
football matches. Players are not allowed to make any political or social statement during official matches,
but with the current situation around the world, the FA will choose a commonsense ground and allow
players to show solidarity for Black lives matter movement.