English club Huddersfield agreed to sell its player Ramadan Sobhi to Pyramids, according to a special report from the British newspaper (Football Insider).
The newspaper revealed, according to its own sources, Huddersfield’s approval of the second offer by Pyramids to include Ramadan Subhi.
Huddersfield agreed and“Everything is done” Ramadan Sobhi is preparing to play in the Pyramids club next season, according to an official source from the English club who spoke to the British newspaper.
The British report did not explain the value of the second bid from Pyramids, which Huddersfield agreed to.
Al-Ahly club officially announced that Ramadan Sobhi had left his accounts after the player informed them of his desire to move to Pyramids. (See the details)
Ramadan Sobhi’s contract extended for a new season with Huddersfield, and the English club refuses to dispense with him for less than 7 million pounds. (See the details)
Huddersfield announced it had rejected the first offer of Pyramids to join Ramadan Sobhi. (See the details)
Ramadan participated in only 9 matches this season with Al-Ahly due to injury, scoring 5 goals and sending a decisive pass.