UPDATED 10:27 30th September 2016
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DUBBED as the best young player to emerge from Africa in almost a decade, Ramadan joined the Potters on a long-term deal last summer.
The powerful and athletic 19-year-old arrived from Al Ahly for a fee in excess of £5M, making him his country’s most expensive export.
With his progress tracked keenly by fanatical supporters back in his homeland, he has wasted no time in adding to his fans with several eye-catching displays for his new side.
A creative, skilful and pacy winger, Ramadan was handed his first start by Mark Hughes in the EFL Cup fixture with Hull City earlier this season, whereby he won the man of the match award.
Still developing and adjusting to the English top-flight, Ramadan is an incredibly exciting prospect who could be a real shining light for the Club both this season and campaigns ahead.