Plateau United striker Ibrahim Mustapha has attracted interest from various European clubs. According to Allnigeriasoccer, Ibrahim Mustapha has attracted interest from European, Asian, and North African clubs.
The Nigerian striker has had a stint with United Arab Emirate side Dibba Al-Hisn but returned to the contract after his contract expired.
Since returning to the NPFL, Ibrahim Mustapha has been consistent for Plateau United – scoring eight goals in eleven matches.
According to the report, Belgian First Division A club Beerschot are ready to sign the Plateau United striker but faces competition from the Ukrainian side FC Vorskla Poltava.
The Ukrainian club identified him as a replacement for their highest goalscorer Vladyslav Kulach. Vladyslav Kulach is attracting interest from Shakhtar Donetsk.
Mustapha is also attracting interest from the North Macedonian side KF Shkëndija, Malaysian Super League side Kuala Lumpur City, Zamalek of Egypt, and other clubs from Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia.
Plateau United are expressing a difficult season, sitting eighth on the NPFL log with thirty-one points from twenty-two games. They also defeated Wikki Tourist by 4-1 on Sunday, with Ibrahim Mustapha scoring the first goal.