Wolverhampton Wanderers are reportedly interested in signing Huddersfield Town winger Ramadan Sobhi.
The Egypt international is currently out on loan with Al Ahly back in his homeland, where he is enjoying a purple patch.
Sobhi has started six games and registered a goal and an assist so far. He has supposedly earned rave reviews and has contributed to Ahly’s rise up the Egyptian Premier League table.
His form has alerted Wolves according to The Daily Mail, which is a somewhat surprising link.
Sobhi struggled at Stoke City before their relegation to the Championship, and has only made four appearances for Huddersfield since his move last summer.
Cavaleiro in trouble?
If Wolves’ interest in Sobhi is genuine, then one man who might have to worry about his future is Ivan Cavaleiro, who has struggle to make his mark for the Black Country club this season.
He scored the winner in the FA Cup against Bristol City on Sunday, but the Portuguese forward has struggled to earn Nuno Espirito Santo’s trust.
Out of Diogo Jota, Adama Traore and Helder Costa, he has seen the least game time this term.
There hasn’t been much between he and compatriot Costa this season, but Espirito Santo just about favours the latter more.
Cavaleiro must therefore step up between now and the summer, or else he may find yet another potential barrier to him getting regular game time again at Molineux.