In the video .. the son of the Egyptian Al-Ahly, Ramadan Sobhi: "I am Pyramids"

The Egyptian club Pyramids ended the controversy over the deal of the English star Huddersfield and the son of Al-Ahly club Ramadan Sobhi, and officially announced a contract with him from next season until 2025.

Pyramids published a video in which the player presented the player through his account on "Twitter", and wrote on it: "The mission was completed successfully .. Ramadan Sobhi in Pyramids", at a time when the player said: "I am Ramadan Subhi .. I am Pyramids."

Ramadan Subhi had moved from Huddersfield to Al-Ahly on loan on June 30th, and the latter did not succeed in preserving the player by purchasing his card, even though he was only 23 years old and was considered the future of the Red Castle.

Sobhi possesses a great balance of skill and high artistic potential that qualified him in 2016 for foreign professionalism with Stoke City, and played in his ranks until 2018, before moving to Huddersfield.

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- Pyramids FC (@pyramidsfc) September 7, 2020

Pyramids had contracted with more than one player from Al-Ahly, which angered Al-Ahly fans, the most prominent of whom were: Abdullah Al-Saeed, Ahmed Fathi, Sherif Ikrami, and on the way, Hussam Ashour, and all of them are considered among the distinctive elements that have always shined in

The mission was successful حي

Ramadan Sobhi in # Pyramids!

💙 # RamadonaXPyramids

- Pyramids FC (@pyramidsfc) September 7, 2020

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