Hull City to Part Ways with Greek Star Pelkas
Hull City, a British Championship team owned by Turkish television personality Acun Ilıcalı, is set to bid farewell to Greek midfielder Dimitris Pelkas, who was rented from Fenerbahçe. Pelkas, who suffered a long injury this season, failed to find his form and did not attract the attention of coach Liam Rosenior. Consequently, Pelkas is not content with his current team and is expected to be announced soon as having found a new home with his brand of excellence. Reports in the British press suggest that PAOK is making inquiries about Pelkas.
Pelkas transferred to Fenerbahçe with a transfer fee of 2 million euros plus two additional points during the summer transfer season in 2020. Furthermore, he signed a four-year contract with the yellow-dark blue team together with a one-year extension. Pelkas would become a free agent by June 30, 2023, in case he does not employ the option given to him by Fenerbahçe.
Dimitris Pelkas played for Hull City in 26 official matches this season, scoring two goals and providing one assist.