Egypt U-23 national team captain, Ramadan, joined Al Ahly in the beginning of 2019 on a loan from the English championship side, Huddersfield Town.
The winger, who was not called for 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, led the Olympic team to win the title and secure a spot at Tokyo Olympic Games.
Sobhy has been linked with a move to several clubs in Europe after his amazing performance with Al Ahly this season.
Sobhy missed Al-Ahly games since November 2019 as he suffered from a muscular injury.
Al-Ahly doctor Khaled Mahmoud announced the difficulty of Ramadan Sobhi, Al-Ahly's wing participation against Pyramids in the Egyptian league.
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.
Ramadan Sobhi winger of Al-Ahly's team was confirmed as injured and absent from the matches for a period ranging from 4 to 6 weeks.
This victory equaled the club’s best run at the league's history with five victories at the first five weeks.
Etoile du Sahel sent a request to Al Ahly to honor the Egyptian midfielder, Ramadan Sobhi, after winning the U-23 AFCON and qualifying with Egypt for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Over 75,000 Egyptian fans packed the stadium to support the young Pharaohs against the tournament's underdogs.
Al-Ahly player Ramadan Sobhy has given Egypt the qualification for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics for the fans who support the team at Cairo Stadium.
Gamal Mohamed Ali, Vice-President of the Football Association, praised Al-Ahly player Ramadan Sobhi in leading his teammates in the Olympic team in the U-23 African Cup of Nations.
Mohsen Saleh, head of the planning committee for the football sector in Al-Ahly, explained the reason for the development of the player Ramadan Sobhi in the recent period.
Officials of the Egyptian Olympic team, led by Shawki Ghareeb, revealed that Ramadan Sobhy is fit and does not suffer any injuries.
Olympic football team coach Shawki Gharib promised Egyptian fans a breakthrough at the African Championships, which will kick off in Egypt on November 8 and qualify to the Tokyo Olympics.
Egypt U 23 national team manager Shawki Ghareeb announced the team squad for October camp.
The English club showed interest in signing the Egyptian winger after he regained his amazing performance while on a loan with Al-Ahly.
The team’s winger, Ramadan Sobhy, returned to the team squad after he missed the last game against Tanzania’s Simba at the CAF Champions League.
Al-Ahly stated in an official statement through their official website that the deal is not done yet despite the negotiations is in advanced stages.
Koka, who was among Aguirre’s list for the last international duty, was ruled out of the game after he picked an injury.