Ramadan Sobhi: I will do my best at Stoke to achieve my dreams
After news of Stoke City’s interest in the youngster surfaced about three months ago, KingFut exclusively revealed last weekend that the club are on the verge of sealing the deal after increasing their bid to a figure in the region €6.5 million.
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“I did not rush my move abroad. No one can guarantee the future, and Stoke City’s offer was good so I accepted it,” Ramadan Sobhi told reporters on Tuesday, and continued, “Stoke showed interest in me and they accepted all the terms Al Ahly put on the table.”
“If my form with the national team continues, I will continue receiving offers from other clubs and I will have gained more experience to be able to adapt to any team,” explained Sobhi.
He added, “My move to Stoke City is an opportunity for me to attract more interest and move to a top European club, because playing in the English Premier League is a big dream regardless of which team I play for.”
“I will do my best at Stoke to achieve my dreams. My dreams have no limit and it is time to start working hard to achieve them, because they can’t be achieved by words,” he pointed out.
“I aspire to represent Egypt in the best way possible and to become among the top players of the world,” concluded Sobhi.
The 19-year-old is currently awaiting his visa approval ahead of traveling to England to undergo his medical and finalize the deal with the Potters, as Sobhi’s agent confirmed to Kingfut.
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