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Stoke chairman Coates: Sobhi has a lot of work to do
Stoke City chairman Peter Coates has expressed his excitement at the signing of Egyptian youngster Ramadan Sobhi, and insists he has a lot of work to do.
According to English news outlet Uttoxeter Advertiser, club chairman Peter Coates believes Sobhi has a lot of work to do in order to become a star for the Potters.
“We hope he’s going to be a star but there is a lot of work to do – and we have to get the deal done first,” Coates explained.
Ramadan Sobhi is expected to complete a move to Stoke from Egyptian Premier League champions Al Ahly, with both clubs agreeing on the final details of the transfer.