David Wagner provides update on Ramadan Sobhi’s knee injury
Sobhi has suffered a knee injury a couple of weeks ago which forced him to miss his side’s last four games against Cardiff, Stoke City, Everton, and Palace.
He was also forced to be withdrawn from the Egypt squad against Niger, and was not called-up for the Pharaohs’ next encounter against Swaziland.
Huddersfield manager David Wagner has provided an update on Sobhi, saying: “Everyone is healthy apart from Ramadan Sobhi.
DW: “Everyone is healthy apart from @RamadanSobhi. We have a real intensity in training; you can see it and you can sometimes hear it!
“We have the hope that Ramadan is back in training before the next international break.” #htafc (AT)
“We have a real intensity in training; you can see it and you can sometimes hear it!
“We have the hope that Ramadan is back in training before the next international break,” he added.
Huddersfield Town are currently 18th in the Premier League with two points from five games, while Leicester sit 11th with six points, winning two games from five.
Ramadan’s only official appearance for Huddersfield came in their 6-1 loss to Manchester City, but he is yet to start a game for them.
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