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Agent: Ramadan Sobhi’s pursued by four Premier League clubs

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’s agent Nader Shawky has confirmed that the Stoke City winger have four suitors in the Premier League, stating at the same time that Al Ahly would be his one and only destination in case of a return to Egypt.

Sobhi has suffered from lack of playing time this season with Stoke, he has made 19 appearances in the Premier League with the Potters but mostly as a substitute.

The 21-year-old winger has scored twice and assisted once this year with his side, but overall he was less effective compared to his teammates Xherdan Shaqiri and Eric Choupo-Moting.

“I have four English offers for Ramadan Sobhi, from clubs playing in the Premier League obviously,” Shawky told a local radio station.

“Up till this moment Stoke are in relegation zone, we will see what will happen especially that I am set to meet with the club in May. There are plenty of questions I would like to get answers for regarding Ramadan.”

“In case Ramadan decided to return to Egypt, Al Ahly is surely his home. Is his desire to return? His certain desire is to play, demonstrate his abilities and we will see who can fulfill this condition. The proposals have not arrived to Stoke yet therefore I won’t discuss them, there aren’t any negotiations with Liverpool.”

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  1. Yasser

    March 31, 2018 at 5:57 PM

    Ramadan Sobhi is a very good player but lacks some experience. If he get it, he will be one of the first players in the world.We all of Egyptions know who is Sobhi.and I think he will take the same path’s Mo Salah.

    • Youssef

      March 31, 2018 at 9:42 PM

      Sobhi will not be first in the world unless he mature himself and gets more playing time , from his last game against grecce i feel his place in the world cup is threatened

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