Hull City goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic and winger Ahmed Elmohamady have both signed new contracts at the club.
Jakupovic and Elmohamady were both very instrumental as the club gained promotion back to the premier league from the second division and have both been rewarded for their efforts.
A statement from the clubs website says;
On Jakupovic, “Eldin Jakupovic has extended his contract at the KCOM stadium for a further two years after agreeing terms on a new deal today.Although the Club had initially exercised its option to offer the goalkeeper a one-year deal at the end of the 2015/16 season, negotiations began immediately to secure Jakupovic on a longer-term contract with a two-year deal now agreed. Jakupovic is the Club’s longest-serving player having arrived from Greek side Aris Salonika in July 2012. The 31-year-old has played 28 times for the Tigers and played a key role in the Play-Off success at the end of last season.
On Elmohamady, “Ahmed Elmohamady has committed his future to the Tigers after signing a new deal at the KCOM stadium.
The 28-year-old Egyptian international put pen to paper on a three-year contract, subject to a work permit, earlier today to extend his stay in East Yorkshire.
It’s almost four years since Elmohamady first joined the Club, initially on loan from Sunderland, and he has since gone on to make more than 180 appearances in a black and amber shirt, including an incredible sequence of 99 consecutive league starts between February 2013 and September 2015.
Establishing himself as a favourite amongst the fans, Elmohamady has also helped the Tigers to two promotions to the Premier League, a first-ever FA Cup Final appearance and he was a key player in his side’s Play-Off success last season.