Egyptian channel “On Sport” revealed that the English Huddersfield player, loaned to the Red Castle Ramadan Sobhi, will be able to participate in the African Champions League final in the event Al-Ahly overcomes the Moroccan obstacle of Wydad in the semi-finals of the tournament.
The broadcaster, Al-Ahly’s former goalkeeper, Ahmed Schubert, said: “There is absolutely no truth to what is reported that Ramadan Sobhi, known as (Al-Afiji), will not participate with Al-Ahly in the semi-finals, but the player will be able to participate in the event if the African Confederation approves Finally, the final match of the African Champions League will be held on October 15th, as agreed upon at the CAF Executive Office meeting.
He added: “The registration door will be closed in the English Premier League on October 16, which means the player will participate in the African Final, but if any adjustments are made to the date set before, the player will not participate in the final.”
The Egyptian club Al-Ahly is making great efforts to buy the Ramadan Sobhi card from Huddersfield, after it raised its financial offer to the last million pounds, which is the last offer for “Red Devils” officials, after rejecting the previous offer, estimated at three million pounds, while the English club insists on selling the player for a fee Seven million pounds.
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