Hull City has recently released news of a series of transfers that are sure to get fans excited, as the club continues to build its player list amid one of the more success seasons that the team has enjoyed in recent years.
Here are some of the most recent additions to Hull City as the club continues to finalise more contracts for the upcoming season.
Salah Oulad M’Hand
The newest player to be drafted into the team is Salah Oulad M’Hand, who has recently finished his move to Hull City from Arsenal after the two clubs agree on a loan deal that’s set to last the entire season. The 18-year-old had finished the details on the contract over the last weekend.
The talented newcomer might see his latest move to the MKM Stadium made more permanent at some point next summer, with a fee agreement made between the two clubs, and it’s already confirmed that he will be wearing the number 10 jersey.
Acun Illicali, the current owner of Hull City, along with head coach Shota Arveladze have both spend a lot of their time securing Salah for the summer, and he will be spending a full week in training with his new team. It’s expected that he will be making his debut on the field when the Tigers host their game against Coventry City.
Talking about the transfer, Arveladze told the public that it was a good move based upon the fact that a lot of Arsenal fans were not happy to see him leave. He continued, stating that it was both an opportunity for Salah as well as for the club, and it gives a previous Arsenal player the chance to play in a lot of games, while also allowing the club to become more creative with the players that are entering the club for the first time.
The Future For Salah
Salah has made it clear to the public throughout his negotiations that he was excited to be joining the Tigers, and hopes to play a key role that will allow him to rise among the ranks and eventually see serious time on the field during the Premier League at some point in the future. This is also a scenario that Arveladze hopes for and has said that’s it’s a key part of bringing the new player into the ranks. Betting fans should definitely keep an eye on the player, who will no doubt influence the odds at mobile betting sites in NZ when the team plays.
He explained that they already have a dressing room that’s going to give Salah and other new players a warm welcome and give them a good understanding of what’s expected of them in the team and how they can contribute. He also gave credit to the current team, who have gone to great lengths to ensure that Salah knows how the team will work together and how they form a united front for the upcoming season.