Stoke's new winger Sobhi has been compared to one of Egypt's greatest players, Mohamed Aboutrika.
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LONDON: AFP Sports picks five young talents that could shine in the English Premier League this season: Marcus Rashford(Manchester United)Everything so far has gone swimmingly well for the 18-year-old, one genuine success Louis van Gaal could point to in terms of bringing him into the side when pretty much all else didn't go right for the Dutchman. However, now the England forward – who showed more spark and invention in a cameo appearance at the end of the Iceland Euro 2016 debacle than anyone else had done that evening – faces two challenges. Ramadan Sobhi (Stoke City) At 5 million pounds ($6.5 million) Sobhi could prove to be one of the signings of the close season. The 19-year-old winger has been compared to one of Egypt's greatest players, Mohamed Aboutrika. He already has six full caps to his name and made his league debut for Egyptian giants Al Ahly aged 16 .
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