A club would like Pyramids In obtaining the services of Ramadan Sobhy, the star of Huddersfield, the English club loaned to Al-Ahly Club this season, in a deal that could cost the Pyramids treasury nearly 6 million dollars.
Pyramids wants to include Ramadan Sobhy the star of Huddersfield and the Olympic team to support its ranks with his former colleagues in the red castle Abdullah Al-Saeed and Ahmed Fathi and Sharif Ekrami along with veterans Omar Jaber and Ali Jabr and Ahmed Al-Shinawi and Rajab Bakkar and Emad Nabil Donga and Eric Traore and John Antoine in search of competition for the league title in the next season .
Sada Al-Balad learned that Al-Ahly club also refuses to neglect its young star and wants to get his services permanently for almost 100 million pounds after he borrowed it in the current and half-season last, for a sum of 2 million pounds.
“Huddersfield started since the last African Nations Cup for Ramadan with the Egyptian Olympic team in marketing it well and will not sell it for less than 10 million pounds,” Nader Shawky, the player’s agent, said in previous radio statements regarding the purchase of Al-Ahly Ramadan Sobhi next summer.
He continued: I expect Al-Ahly or another team in the Egyptian league capable of buying Ramadan Sobhi at the previous price because he played in the English Premier League and has a great personality and advertising value and is currently playing in the ranks of Al-Ahly and crowned with championships.
Shawky pointed out that Ramadan Sobhi moved to Stoke City 4 years ago for 5.6 million pounds, and it is natural that it be at least 10 million pounds, which is a very normal figure in Europe.