Second blow for Hull City as Sunderland recall Ahmed Elmohamady hours after Sone Aluko ruled out for two months
HULL City have been dealt a further blow this afternoon as on-loan winger Ahmed Elmohamady has been recalled by parent club Sunderland.
The 25-year-old has been a huge hit at the KC Stadium since being brought in by manager Steve Bruce in August.
He has played 25 games in the Championship, playing a key role in the Tigers’ 3-5-2 formation, which has helped them climb to 2nd in the Championship.
Bruce has previously ruled out the possibility of signing the Egyptian on a permanent deal during the January transfer window.
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However, the Mail understands City have not given up hope of the player returning to the KC later in the month, following further talks with the Black Cats.
The news is a second blow to City after striker Sone Aluko was ruled out for up to eight weeks with an Achilles injury.
It is likely to increase Bruce’s activity in the transfer market, having already targeted Sunderland striker Fraizer Campbell, and a return for goalkeeper David Stockdale from Fulham.