Everton are interested in signing Hull City player Ahmed Elmohamady in January, according to the Yorkshire Post.  

The 29-year-old, who can play as a wing-back or wide midfielder, has started in 19 of the Tigers’ 20 Premier League games this season.

The Yorkshire team currently lie bottom of the table, three points off Crystal Palace and safety, with just a handful of wins from the first half of the campaign.

The Egyptian reportedly has one year left on his contract and Everton are allegedly ready to pay £4 million to bring him to Goodison Park.

Elmohamady moved from Sunderland to Hull in July 2013 for £1.96m and was part of the squad that made it to the 2014 FA Cup final and guided the club to their Europa League debut.

However, despite being promoted back up to the top-flight last season, it seems the Tigers may be going straight back down again.

If the Toffees make a firm offer for Elmohamady then it’s very likely he’ll move, considering the gulf in league positions between the two sides.


  1. I informed the Yorkshire Post they had taken a story from an Everton website that was a year old, I am sure anyone looking through Hull City news now can find it and when they do they will know it is a year old.


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