Huddersfield Town winger, Ramadan Sobhi has been reportedly linked with a surprise move Wolves at the end of the season.
The 22-years Egyptian joined the Terriers from Stoke City after the Potters relegated from the Premier League, but has struggled to establish himself in the Town side, after he featured three times as a substitute for the Premier League strugglers before being shipped out on loan.
He returned to his homeland in December, joining Al Ahly where he regained form, being on the winning side in eight of his 10 games.
It appears Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo is set to pursue a deal for the 22-year-old as he believes he can unlock his potential if he gets him on board at Molineux.
Ramadan Sobhi may be available for a cut-price deal if the Terriers go down as expected and Wolves sense a potential bargain.