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Anderlecht interested in Ramadan Sobhy – Report

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Posted on March 31, 2016

Ramadan Sobhy Anderlecht

Anderlecht have reportedly revived their interest in Egypt and youngster Ramadan Sobhy, after failing to secure a transfer last summer.

Al Ahly rejected a bid from Mohamed Salah’s AS Roma last summer for Ramadan Sobhy, with the Italians’ offer failing to match the Egyptian giants’ valuation of the player.

Dutch news outlets DH.be and Voetbalkrant are both reporting that Anderlecht’s long-standing interest in Sobhy is still strong, and that the royal club wish to sign the player in the forseeable future.

Sobhy’s Egypt teammate Mahmoud Hassan ‘Trezeguet’ currently plies his trade for Anderlecht, on loan for Al Ahly, and the 33-time league winners have also indicated their willingness to sign the latter on a permanent deal, although the purchase option has still not been officially triggered, which would see the two reunited after their brief time together at the Red Devils.

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Sobhy, 19, scored Egypt’s only goal on Tuesday in a 1-0 win against Nigeria as the Pharaohs all but secured a place in the 2017 African Cup of Nations in Gabon. The youngster will now turn his attention back to the , when Al Ahly visit Ittihad El-Shorta on Sunday.

2 Comments

  1. souvenir

    April 1, 2016 at 6:43 AM

    Belgian championship is a very bad choice . In addition to the slightly raised level , the championship is very little visibility. We agree that we must not cut corners, but there’s much better than the Belgian championship and hoped to begin detection. Holland, spain, italy, germany are much better choices for youth.

  2. Krilos

    April 1, 2016 at 11:05 AM

    He definitely needs to go to Ajax (or PSV/Feyenoord). Thats a fantastic club in terms of making talents bigger and prepare them for the big competitions. Le

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