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Leicester City and QPR enquire about Ahmed Elmohamady – Report

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Leicester City and Queens Park Rangers have both shown interest in Hull City right wing-back Ahmed Elmohamady, according to Sky Sports.

Premier League team Leicester City and recently-relegated QPR are reportedly interested in Hull City’s Ahmed Elmohamady ahead of transfer deadline day.

The Egypt international is a seasoned Premier League player having spent his first season in English football on loan at Sunderland from ENPPI in the 2010/2011 season. Towards the end of the campaign, the club decided on making the move permanent.

Following Steve Bruce’s dismissal halfway through the 2011/2012 season, Elmohamady did not make one start with the club and encouraged him to re-sign with his former manager at Hull City.

Elmohamady has been a mainstay in the Hull City team ever since, leading his team to the FA Cup final in 2014 and being voted by fans as their Player of the Year for the 2014/2015 season.

It remains to be seen if Elmohamady will agree to a move away, ahead of the transfer deadline on Tuesday, September 1st at 6pm.

Michael Saad is an Egyptian-Canadian living in Toronto. A lifelong supporter of Zamalek through family inheritance, he covers the White Knights on KingFut and monitors the progression of the Egyptian national team carefully. Outside of Egyptian football, he is a passionate Arsenal and Toronto FC fan.

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