British football team Hull City have offered to resign Egypt’s Mohammad Nagy “Gedo” on loan, reported Ahram Online on Sunday.
The player accepted the offer but is waiting for authorization from his home-team, Egypt’s Ahly.
“I received a loan offer from Hull. I'm awaiting the response of [Ahly’s] football committee and technical staff. I hope they will accept the offer,” Gedo said on his Twitter feed.
The 28-year-old impressed coaches during his six-month stint with Hull City last season, scoring five goals and ultimately helping the team reach the Premier League.
However, Hull City opted not to sign him on a permanent basis in the summer as he suffered a foot injury that sidelined him for three months, reported Ahram Online.
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