Ramadan Sobhy- File
Nader Shawky, agent of Ramadan Sobhi, the player loaned to Al-Ahly from Huddersfield Town, said that the price of the young player jumped a lot in the transfer market.
Asked about the possibility of Ramadan continuing in Al-Ahly, Nader Shawky replied, "This is an early question, but can a club in Egypt pay LE 200 million for a player?"
Shawky added on the radio program (One to Two) "Ramadan moved to Stoke City 4 years ago for £5.6 million, and currently his price will not be less than £10 million pounds."
"Every club is free to buy what they want; £10 million is a very ordinary number in Europe, but in Egypt it is different."
He revealed, "I knew that Huddersfield started marketing Ramadan Sobhi."
On the upcoming Al-Ahly player’s destination, Nader Shawky replied, “Any club that appreciates talent, this is a time to play. Ramadan has grown old and matured.”
Shawky concluded his remarks "Ramadan Sobhi is the highest priced in the advertising market due to many considerations, including age, interface, championships, club and attractiveness."
It's worth to mention that Ramadan has led the Olympic Egyptian national team to qualify for the 202 Olympic games in Tokyo after winning the U-23 AFCON held in Egypt.