Hull City have signed Ahmed Elmohamady from Sunderland on a permanent deal.
Egyptian international Elmohamady rejoins the club managed by Steve Bruce - the person who originally brought him to England.
The pair first worked together at the Stadium of Light during the 2010/11 season.
After a successful time in England, Bruce made Elmohamady’s switch permanent in 2011 for a reported fee of £2million.
He was a consistent presence at the Stadium of Light making more than 50 appearances.
After Bruce was sacked from his post at Sunderland, the winger followed him to KC stadium in a temporary deal.
The 25-year-old winger made close to 41 appearances for the newly-promoted side in their Championship battle to win promotion.
The versatile winger won Hull City’s Player of the Year award last season due to his consistent performances.
The two time African Cup of Nations winner is a versatile player who can play as a full-back role or on the wing.
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