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Former Aston Villa defender Alan Hutton has revealed some behind the scenes information regarding the future of Egypt international Ahmed Elmohamady with the Villans, claiming that the club will let the right back leave at the end of his deal.
Elmohamady had joined Aston Villa from Hull City in 2017, helping them secure promotion to the Premier League in 2019 after defeating Derby County 2-1 in the playoff final.
The 33-year-old has fallen down in pecking order since their promotion to Frederic Guilbert and Matty Cash, who arrived from Nottingham in the summer.
Despite signing a one-year contract extension with Villa last year, Elmohamady’s future seems to be in doubt with less than six months remaining in his deal.
According to Hutton, who spoke to Football Insider, Dean Smith will let Elmohamady look for his future elsewhere when the 2020/21 season ends.
“Possibly. I know that the manager likes him and it’s always good to be able to rely on people, and he does. He trusts him, every time he puts him in he does trust him so that’ll be in the back of his mind, you do need that little bit of experience,” Hutton said.
“They might want to hold on him but at the end of the day he is coming to the end of it so Villa seem to be looking towards the future more.”
“Whether that be they try and move him on or whatever, and obviously have Matty Cash with your backup of Guilbert, he’ll probably move on at the end of the season,” he added.
The former ENPPI right back featured in just five games from Villa’s Premier League fixtures this season, where he started only one game of them.
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