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Egypt's Ramadan Sobhi arrives in Huddersfield; set to fly to Germany for training camp

Karim Farouk , Tuesday 17 Jul 2018
Ramadan Sobhi (Huddersfield Town Official twitter account)
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Egypt winger Ramadan Sobhi arrived in the United Kingdom town of Huddersfield on Monday to start his new stint with the Premier League club after joining this summer from relegated side Stoke City.

According to a statement on the club’s official website, the 21-year old winger met with the staff and his new teammates and will "undergo pre-season testing" on Tuesday before flying to Germany with the squad for a training camp and pre-season matches.

Sobhi penned a three-year deal with Huddersfield Town in June, a few days before playing with Egypt in their 2018 World Cup campaign.

The former Ahly and Stoke City man featured in all three of Egypt’s games in Russia but was used as a substitute.

Huddersfield are set to play four friendly games in Germany before travelling to Austria to play two more games.

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