Sunday Aug 28, 2022. 11:00
Egyptian Premier League side Pyramids have received a $2 million offer from Nordsjaelland for promising youngster Ibrahim Adel.
The 21-year-old winger has played a key role in the club’s title challenge this term, contributing six goals and four assists in 21 league appearances.
Takis Gonias’ side are set to finish runners-up to Zamalek after beating Ceramica Cleopatra 2-0 on Friday, with Al Ahly no longer able to catch them following a 1-0 defeat to El Geish on Saturday.
Adel has been linked with a move to the Red Eagles ahead of next season, but he has appeared on the Tigers’ radar as they look to maintain their grip on top spot in the Danish Superliga.
The North Zealand outfit are owned by Right To Dream, who have football academies in Ghana, Denmark and the United States, while Egypt will join their network this year.
Right to Dream confirmed that a bid had been lodged for the Egypt international, who made his debut in September 2021 and has gone on to win four caps.
“FC Nordsjaelland have made an official offer to buy Ibrahim Adel from Pyramids Club for more than 2 million dollars after the player performed outstandingly,” the organisation said in a statement.
“The club wants to recruit Ibrahim Adel during the summer transfer window in order to stay at the top of the Danish Superliga until the end of the season.”