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Hull City want Egypt's Gedo on permanent basis

Club president confirms he will table an offer to Ahly at the end of the season

Karim Farouk, Monday 15 Apr 2013
Egypt and Hull City striker Mohamed Nagy "Gedo"
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England Championship side Hull City are looking to make the stay of Egypt's striker Mohamed Nagy "Gedo" permanent after he made a good impact at the KC stadium since arriving last January.

Speaking to an Egyptian sports programme on Sunday night, Egyptian businessman and club owner Assem Allam has revealed that he will make an offer to Ahly by the end of the season but that the club is now focused on its battle for the Premier League promotion.

Gedo scored 5 goals in 11 games helping Hull City to the second place with 77 points after 42 games. The Tigers seek an automatic promotion if they finish in the top two.

The 28-year old player has been on the sidelines for the past week with a foot injury and missed last Saturday's 2-1 win against Ipswich City.

Compatriots and teammates Ahmed Elmohamady and Ahmed Fathi played in the game.

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