Besiktas are interested in signing Huddersfield Town winger Ramadan Sobhi, according to reports from Turkish media outlet Yeni Akit.
The 23-year-old signed for the Yorkshire club from Stoke City in the summer of 2018, making only four appearances as the Terriers were relegated from the Premier League.
The Egyptian winger has struggled to make an impact at the John Smith’s Stadium, and is yet to make an appearance for the club in well over a year.
Sobhi currently finds himself out on loan back in his home country for Al Ahly, with his future at Huddersfield looking uncertain beyond this season.
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Elneny – Sobhi’s fellow countryman – is on loan at Besiktas from Arsenal, and has reportedly spoken highly of Sobhi in the club’s pursuit of the player.
It seems likely that Danny Cowley will want to further reshape his squad this summer in preparation for next season, and Sobhi is likely to be a player on his way out.
Things haven’t really worked out for him since joining Huddersfield from Stoke, and he’s likely to be a high earner which makes it even more important to get him out of the club if he isn’t going to play.
A move to Turkey could do him the world of good, as seemingly, he has failed to fit into life in England.