Ramadan Sobhi: I don’t buy money. Even if my family wants me, I don’t want me for 7 months

Ramadan Sobhi confirmed that he did not search for the material during his departure from Al-Ahly to Pyramids, and said in televised statements to the program “Al-Hekaya” presented by the media, Amr Adeeb: “I want someone to believe me, it does not mean that the offer of Pyramids was greater that I agreed, if a man had a material I would have continued In England, I used to get more money from Al-Ahly, and I could have gone to any other team and play, if I thought about money, I would have thought of Badri. “

Sobhi added: “If Al-Ahly wanted to be saved, he would have finished with Badri, he would not leave Ramadan until the month of 7 and there would be controversy. The thought of the officials inside Al-Ahly is based on this matter. The club wanted me to complete Africa and the league only, but when they knew that they should buy me the situation changed to another time”.

Ramadan Sobhi concluded: “I appreciate the anger of the masses very much, Al-Ahly and its fans are the ones who made the name Ramadan Sobhi, and belonging is in my heart and will not change, but I do not like the lack of clarity, the general atmosphere that happened with me was not correct to happen with me, there are things that I will not tell because Al-Ahly Kheereh Ali, some people used to issue pictures to keep their shape in front of the crowd. “

On the other hand, it competes Ramadan Sobhi The duo Mahmoud Kahraba and Taher Mohamed Taher in the next national team camp, and if he appears at a good level, he will continue with the senior Pharaohs and fly to Togo with the national team to confront him in the second match, but if he is affected by his absence from the matches, he will be assigned to the Olympic team, who will play two friendly matches on 13 and 16 Next November.

It is noteworthy that Hossam El-Badry decided to include 5 players from the Olympic team against Togo, namely Ramadan Sobhi, Mustafa Muhammad, Akram Tawfiq, Taher Muhammad Taher and Ahmed Abul Fotouh.


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