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Egypt's Elmohamady may leave Hull City, offered 3 or 4 EPL moves: Agent

Although singing a new three-year contract, winger Ahmed Elmohamady says he might move to another club in the EPL if Hull City are relegated

Ahram Online , Wednesday 11 Jan 2017
Ahmed Elmohamady of Hull City reacts with Steve Bruce, manager of Hull City (AFP)
Ahmed Elmohamady of Hull City reacts with Steve Bruce, manager of Hull City (AFP)
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Egypt winger Ahmed Elmohamady may leave Hull City in case of relegation and has already received 'three or four' English Premier League offers, his agent Nader Shawky claimed.

"It is possible that he will move to another team," Shawky was quoted as saying on HullDaily Mail to a radio station on Wednesday.

"We have three or four offers all from the English Premier League," the agent claimed.

Elmohamady, 29, who was a key player for the Tigers this season, playing almost all the games, was reportedly linked to a January move to KCOM Stadium while West Ham United and Everton have also been linked too.

"Elmohamady is still tied to his contract with Hull City, but in the case of relegation he wants to move to another team."

The Egyptian, who joined the Tigers initially on loan from Sunderland in 2012 before he moved permanently, signed a new three-year contract extension with Hull in June engaging himself until 2019.

Elmohamady is currently on national duty carrying the Egyptian dream to win their third African Cup of Nations after three-year absence. The competition takes place in Gabon between 14 January and 5 February.

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