Al Ahly: Ramadan Sobhi confirms desire to join Pyramids

Al Ahly: Ramadan Sobhi confirms desire to join Pyramids
Al Ahly: Ramadan Sobhi confirms desire to join Pyramids

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Egyptian giants Al Ahly have confirmed that Ramadan Sobhi has expressed his desire to join league rivals Pyramids FC.

Sobhi who joined Al Ahly two years ago on loan from Huddersfield Town was expected to remain in the Red Castle for at least one more season.

He had reportedly received many offers from European clubs such as Udinese, Olympiacos and Besiktas.

However, the 23-year-old opted to sign for Pyramids FC confirmed Al Ahly.

READ: Hossam El-Badry reveals his preference for Ramadan Sobhi’s future

The Reds revealed that they had reached an agreement with his parent club to purchase Sobhi for £3.2 million and even agreed on terms for his new contract.

Then after asking for two days to rethink his options with his agent, he told the club’s head of transfers, Amir Tawfik, that he wishes to sign for Pyramids FC.

Pyramids have reportedly agreed a EGP100 million fee with Huddersfield, roughly £4.8 million.

The former Stoke City man will also sign a reported three-year contract and will receive EGP80 million in the next three years.

Sobhi scored seven goals and provided 14 assists in 36 appearances across all competitions since rejoining Al Ahly.

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