Liverpool are taking a eager curiosity in Egyptian winger Ibrahim Adel, who’s being hailed as ‘the subsequent Mohamed Salah’, 90min understands.
The 21-year-old is at the moment with Egyptian outfit Pyramids however has been linked with a transfer to Europe for over a 12 months since making his debut for the senior squad.
A bunch of European golf equipment have been following his progress, and lots of imagine he’s probably the most thrilling prospect Egypt have produced since Salah.
Salah himself is believed to have made positive his bosses at Liverpool are absolutely conscious of Adel’s expertise, and 90min understands their scouts have been already aware of him anyway.
Adel was the topic of a bid from Danish outfit FC Nordsjaelland over the summer time. They tried to purchase him with a £2m supply, but it surely someway in need of Pyramids’ valuation, which is believed to be a minimum of £5m plus add-ons.
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Pyramids have since handed a brand new long-term deal to Adel, however it’s believed a January transfer is being weighed up by a number of sides, together with Liverpool.
90min understands that Liverpool usually are not the one suitors of Adel in England with Arsenal, Brentford, Brighton and Nottingham Forest among the many golf equipment who’ve watched him of late.
It’s believed that the events would have a look at doing a deal for Adel in January, earlier than loaning him out to a different aspect in Europe earlier than he qualifies for a work-permit to play within the UK.
Adel was a part of Egypt’s squad which completed as runners-up within the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, whereas he additionally was a member of their 2020 Olympics staff.