Hull City: Elmohamady offered a new contract
Egypt international Ahmed Elmohamady has been offered a new contract to extend his stay at Hull City, according to club’s Vice-Chairman Ehab Allam.
Elmohamady featured in 51 games for The Tigers in all competitions this season, including their play-off final against Sheffield Wednesday where they earned promotion to the Premier League, scoring three goals and creating seven assists.
The 28-year-old right back has clearly disclosed his will about staying at Hull and it seems that the newly promoted club has listened to his wish and offered him a new contract with his current deal due to expire this summer.
“Both Ahmed [Elmohamady] and Tom [Huddlestone] contributed hugely towards our success in the end-of-season Play-Offs and we are keen for both players to remain with us on our return to the Premier League,” Allam told the club’s official website.
The former ENPPI player has joined Hull City in July 2013 coming from Sunderland, and he opted to stay at the club despite their relegation to the Championship last season.
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