Football Soccer - CAF African Champions League - Egypt's Al Ahly v Tanzania's Young Africans - Borg El Arab Stadium, Alexandria, Egypt - 20/4/2016 - Ramadan Sobhi of Egypt's Al Ahly celebrates after their win. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
CAIRO – 12 November 2018: Al-Ahly lost the CAF Champions League title to Tunisian giants, Espérance, on Friday night and since then Al-Ahly fans are looking for big signings to strengthen their squad, including signing Al-Ahly former winger and Huddersfield Town current player, Ramadan Sobhi.
“Al-Ahly is my home and I will always be there to help but no one in the club asked me to return and I have a contract with Huddersfield Town where I want to prove myself,” Sobhi told ON Sport on Sunday.
The 21-year old winger failed to establish himself as a key player in the club; he joined last summer and he only played 33 minutes with his team in the Premier League.
“They paid much money to sign me last summer and they will refuse to send me on a loan even if Al-Ahly contacted them,” Sobhi added.
Sobhi, Al-Ahly academy product, left his childhood team in 2016 to join Stoke City where he played two seasons before leaving to Huddersfield.
Huddersfield are suffering this season in the league as they picked seven points after 12 games to stay one point ahead of the bottom of the table.