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Wolves eye up summer move for Egypt’s Ramadan Sobhi – Report

Wolves eye up summer move for Egypt's Ramadan Sobhi – Report


Egypt international has reportedly emerged as a transfer target for Premier League side after impressing on loan at Al Ahly.

The 21-year-old has joined Al Ahly during the January transfer window on a six-month loan deal from Premier League side .

Sobhi has been a consistent figure for Al Ahly’s manager Lasarte, and has helped the Reds turn their season around, featuring for nine games for the Red Devils, scoring once while assisting a further one.

According to the Daily Mail, Sobhi’s performances could see him return back to the Premier League, but this time through Wolves, who believe they can ‘unlock his vast potential’.

The British newspaper has added that the Wolves are keen to agree an early deal for Sobhi as they are worried that his value could increase after participating in the 2019 AFCON, which will take place next summer.

On the other hand, Sobhi’s agent Nader Shawky has refused to give any hints regarding his client’s future, saying: “Ramadan’s deal at Al Ahly ends in July, there’s still too much time left before making any decision.

“It is impossible to decide whether Sobhi will return to England or continue with Al Ahly, there are too many ongoing competitions, in addition to the Africa Cup of Nations next summer,” he added.

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Sobhi had left Al Ahly in 2016 for Premier League outfit Stoke City, however, he struggled for game time under Mark Hughes and Paul Lambert, before leaving to Huddersfield Town last summer.

The Egypt international had a much more difficult time with the Terriers, making just four substitute appearances, before rejoining Al Ahly on loan.

Ramadan is tied down at the John Smith’s Stadium until the summer of 2021, but it’s believed that the Egyptian could leave the club sooner than that.

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