Elmohamady bids farewell to Hull City after Villa move
Egypt international Ahmed Elmohamady has bid a classy farewell to Hull City after departing the Tigers to join Aston Villa.
The 29-year-old has joined Aston Villa on a three-year deal after Villa triggered his release clause. He will be reuniting with former manager Steve Bruce, who previously signed him for Sunderland and Hull City in 2010 and 2012 respectively.
Elmohamady, who had become on of the Tigers’ longest-serving player, having joined the club in 2012, has thanked Hull City’s fans for their support and wished the club the very best for the future.
Thank you pic.twitter.com/uqlCFIjeWL
— Ahmed Elmohamady (@Elmo_27) July 20, 2017
Ahmed has joined the Tigers in August 2012 from Sunderland, making 217 for them across all competitions and scoring 11 goals. He was part of the squad that reached the FA Cup final in 2014, when they lost to Arsenal 3-2.
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