Huddersfield Town have accepted a £4million bid from Pyramids FC for winger Ramadan Sobhi, Football Insider understands.

As revealed by this site earlier on Saturday, the 23-year-old is on the brink of securing a permanent move back to Egypt just days after his loan at Al Ahly came to an end.

A source at the John Smith’s Stadium has told Football Insider that the Terriers are set to recoup £4million for the attacker, two years after he joined the club.

BBC Sport reported back in 2018 that Sobhi cost Huddersfield £5.7million when he signed from Stoke City.

He made just four first-team appearances for the West Yorkshire outfit before he returned to former side Al Ahly on loan in January 2019.

Having extended his loan stay in his homeland last summer, Sobhi remained with the Egyptian giants until the temporary deal came to an end last week.

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He scored five goals in nine appearances for the club this season, although he has not played a league game since December 2019.

He is now on the verge of completing a permanent move back home to Pyramids FC who currently sit second the Egyptian Premier League, 18 points behind Al Ahly.

The left-winger is set to leave England after making a total of 50 appearances across all competitions, the majority of which came at Stoke City.

He played 46 times for the Potters before they were relegated in 2018.

He played 46 times for the Potters before they were relegated in 2018.

Sobhi also has featured 28 times for the Egypt national side, which include three substitute appearances in the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

In other Huddersfield news, it can be revealed a Championship rival is looking to offload a £10million star.