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Ramadan Sobhi on Jose Mourinho’s radar – Report

Ramadan Sobhi on Jose Mourinho's radar - Report

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Egypt international Ramadan Sobhi is on Manchester United’s radar after impressing Jose Mourinho, according to The Sun.

The Egyptian starlet arrived at the Premier League after a £5m move to Mark Hughes’ Stoke City from Al Ahly last summer.

He then clinched his debut as a substitute during the Potters’ 4-1 defeat to Manchester City and ended up making a total of 17 league appearances, assisting twice against both Swansea City and Crystal Palace.

According to the English Newspaper, the Egyptian youngster has been on Jose Mourinho’s wish list ever since he stepped a foot in England.

But still no sign of Sobhi giving up his red and white stripes as the winger decided to commit his long-term future to his club by signing a new five-year deal.

“I’m delighted to be signing this contract. I’m proud to be part of this club and I’m determined to repay Stoke City for the faith they showed in me in signing me at just 19,” Sobhi said following his contract extension.

“I received a friendly and good welcome from everyone at the Club, including my teammates and the management team in my first season. Thanks to the fans for the support they gave me throughout last season.

“Last season was good but I am confident that the best is yet to come,” he added.

Stoke City’s opening game of the season will be away against Everton on Saturday, August 12 at the Goodison Park

Reporter at KingFut and a Broadcast Journalism senior at Misr International University.



  1. Khalid

    August 12, 2017 at 12:07 AM

    I really don’t believe that shit! How come that Mourinho wants a player who didn’t do anything last season!!! He didn’t impress at all, really ordinary player. Fake news!

    • Kareem

      August 15, 2017 at 12:17 PM

      Mourinho like young to make money out of young talents he is going to sell him for bigger money just like salah

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