Wolverhampton Wanderers are reportedly interested in signing Huddersfield Town attacker Ramadan Sobhi.
The 22-year-old winger is currently out on loan from the Premier League club at Egyptian top-flight outfit Al Ahly.
According to the Daily Mail, Wolves are considering a move for the Egypt international at the end of the season and they feel they can unlock his potential.
It is understood that they would prefer to wrap up an early deal, before the possibility of him impressing in the African Cup of Nations to increase his value.
Sobhi is considered a future African star, but he’s yet to show his qualities in English football and would be a major risk by Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo.
Sobhi scored just three goals and supplied three assists in 46 appearances for Stoke City, while he featured just four times in the first half of the season for Huddersfield.
The left-winger is renowned for his trickery and directness out wide, but he’s not blessed with blistering pace and has hardly lit up the Premier League.
He’s looking to regain his form in his homeland, but there is a difference in the level of football.
Wolves could do with an extra creative wide player at Molineux for next season, as nobody has really seized the roles this campaign despite there being plenty of options at Nuno’s disposal.
There appears to be potential in Sobhi to have a successful career, but Nuno would have to work his wonders for that to happen in the West Midlands.