Diame signs for Hull


diameHull City have officially announced the signing of Mohamed Diamé from West Ham on a 3 year contract.

The Hammers are thought to have accepted a £3.5m deal which triggered his buy out clause. Diame, 27, joined  the Hammers from Wigan two years ago on a free transfer. 

 Diamé made his debut for West Ham on  August 2012 in a 1–0 win against  Aston Villa. He scored his first goal for the Hammers in the 3–1 defeat to Arsenal in October 2012.  His second goal for the club was scored in the 3–1 victory over Chelsea in December 2012.

He made 79 appearances in all competitions in a West Ham shirt scoring seven goals.

Hull City Manager Steve Bruce said: “I’m delighted to welcome Mo to the Club. His experience, both at international level and in the premier league  will be invaluable as we look to cement our place in the top-flight.”

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  • CK07 says:

    A great player to have at West Ham and a shame to see him go. I felt he never really hit top gear and that there was a little bit more he could bring to the side, maybe this was his season to prove himself. Knowing our luck I expect he’ll reach that form with Hull and probably put one past us when we next meet too!

    Some good business really as we got him on a free, which hopefully frees up some of the finances to bring in one last player as cover at the back.

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