The Egyptian ace was an ever-present for the Tigers last term as they avoided an immediate return to the Championship and secured a spot in the FA Cup Final.
He earned much praise for his attacking displays from a wing-back role, which have alerted Premier League rivals.
Southampton, West Ham and QPR are all considering bids for the 26-year-old, who has two years remaining on his contract at the KC Stadium.
With Europa League football on the agenda for Steve Bruce, it’s unlikely that Elmohamady will be allowed to leave, with the Humbersiders set to have a hectic fixture list until at least the winter period.
The Hull boss also has a good relationship with the North African, whom he brought to England in 2011 with Sunderland.
However a big bid may be enough to turn the player’s head and perhaps tempt the club into a sale.