Egyptian wants to leave Sunderland.
Sunderland midfielder Ahmed Elmohamady has confirmed that he hopes to leave the club this summer and join Hull City permanently, Sky Sports reports.
The 25-year-old has been on loan with the Tigers this season, helping them secure a return to the top flight in the process and has confessed that he hopes to link up with the Humberside club full time.
Hull have already seen a £2 million bid accepted for the Egyptian international as Paolo Di Canio looks to rebuild his squad following a difficult campaign and the midfielder now hopes that personal terms can be agreed with the Premier League new boys.
“It’s difficult as Paolo has come in and he has different rules, he’s a different character, everything is different,” said Elmohamady.
“You are the player of the season, you get promoted with a club and you are happy. It’s now important to start happy. I want to stay in Hull as the fans, manager and players have all been so fantastic.
“Brucey is a fantastic manager, with a great personality. He sat with me and told me if you want to stay in England, and stay a long time, you have to listen to the manager and concentrate on your football.
“It’s now all down to my agent, but I would love to keep playing with Brucey as the people of Hull are fantastic.”