OFFICIAL: Ramadan Sobhi joins Pyramids from Huddersfield Town

OFFICIAL: Ramadan Sobhi joins Pyramids from Huddersfield Town
OFFICIAL: Ramadan Sobhi joins Pyramids from Huddersfield Town

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- Yasmine El Tohamy - Egypt winger Ramadan Sobhi has officially completed his permanent move to Pyramids from Huddersfield Town, the club announced.

Sobhi’s transfer saga started last month, when he informed Al Ahly officials about his desire to join Pyramids in the current transfer window.

The 23-year-old had spent the last two seasons at his boyhood club Al Ahly on loan from Huddersfield and has managed to rediscover his form.

Despite impressing since rejoining Al Ahly, Sobhi refused to extend his loan deal with the Red Devils and opted to join Pyramids instead.

He has now signed a three-year contract with Pyramids after turning down offers from Zamalek and European sides, including Serie A outfit Bologna.

The Al Ahly academy graduate had scored seven goals and provided 14 assists in 36 appearances across all competitions since his return to the Red Castle in 2019.

Sobhi is now set to reunite with his former Al Ahly teammates, Abdullah El-Said and John Antwi, and will bolster Pyramids’ attack that includes Eric Traore, Dodo El-Gabbas, Amor Layouni, and Lumala Abdu.

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