Egyptian top football analyst reported that Ramadan Sobhi agreed on all terms and signed with Pyramids FC. And the Egyptian forward will be available in the team’s squad for next season in the Egyptian League.
Sobhi had a promising start to the season with Al Ahly. He scored five goals and delivering one assist in nine appearances. He thereafter suffered a thigh injury that sidelined him since mid-December.
His loan contract ended last week. According to Sky Sports, Huddersfield told Al Ahly they will have to buy Ramadan Sobhi if they want him back. The Terriers are not willing to accept renewing the 23-year-old’s loan for another year. And they want to cash in from his sale. As they are trying to reshape their squad ahead of the next season in the Championship.
Al Ahly offered £3.3M to buy Ramadan Sobhi but I he would like to exit Al Ahly Club.