Corry Evans makes Hull City deal permanent

Following Manchester United team-mate, Joe Dudgeon’s move to Hull City, Corry Evans has made his loan move permanent after signing a three-year deal with the club for an undisclosed fee.

Corry Evans, brother of Manchester United’s fringe player, Jonny Evans, joined Hull City on a loan deal in January, and has featured in the first team regularly, scoring crucial goals against Swansea and Watford in Hull’s late play-off push.

He has also featured for Northern Ireland, making eleven appearances and scoring one goal, which incidentally was against the country his team-mate, Robert Koren, captains.

He joins fellow former Old Trafford youth players James Chester, Cameron Stewart, and most recently, Joe Dudgeon, who have all made the move from Manchester to the K.C Stadium during Nigel Pearson’s reign.

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