LONDON (Reuters) – Wolverhampton wants to sign Ramadi Sobhi Already for Ahli from Huddersfield Town, said the English daily Daily Mail.
She wrote that the 22-year-old genius with the Red Castle made the wolves think about getting their services.
The newspaper pointed out that Wolverhampton will try to enter into an agreement with Ramadan before the price rises in case of participation in the pharaohs in the African Cup of Nations 2019, which is held in the country of the Kenana and starts in June.
Ramadan loan with Ahli ends on 30 June 2019. The player's contract with Huddersfield runs until 2021.
Ramadan made the difference with Ahly as soon as he returned to wearing the red shirt and performed well in 9 games.
Ramadan scored a lone goal in the net against Egypt.
Ramadan, who participated with Egypt in the African Cup 2017 and the last World Cup, graduated in the youth sector in Ahli and left the team in 2016 to join Stoke City.
Ramadan suffered a lack of participation in the Premier League and last July Stoke Huddersfield left for 6.5 million euros.
The current market value of Ramadan is estimated at 7 million euros, according to transfermarkt.com.
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