by | Jun 24, 2024

We can confirm Amir Bourouh will join Hull FC for the 2025 season, upon the expiry of his current contract.

The 23-year-old actually made his Betfred Super League debut against the Red Devils, but joined the club from Wigan Warriors in 2022.

Signing a two-year deal, the young hooker showed plenty of promise in his first couple of years with Salford, but found regular game-time hard to come by.

He enjoyed loan spells at various Championship clubs before his real breakthrough into the first-team at the back end of 2023, and into 2024.

It culminated in Bourouh signing one-year contract extension and being handed the number nine shirt, ahead of the current campaign.

Making nine appearances during 2024 so far, Bourouh scored his first Super League try against Castleford Tigers in Round 2.

On leaving the club at the end of this season, Bourouh has said: “I would just like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has been part of my journey at Salford.

“I have enjoyed every minute alongside the team I joined, right through to the current group of players – many I know I’ll be friends with for a long time.

“The coaching and backroom team have been fantastic with me, and I have to thank them for all the time, and effort they’ve put in to help me progress.

“A final thank you to the fans, who have continued to back me and the team from day one. I am focused on working hard to make sure we end the season in the best way possible.”

Club Director, Paul Trainor, has also said: “We would like to thank Amir for his efforts during his time at the Club.

“He has been a brilliant character around the place and it has been great to see his development, and maturity as a rugby league player.

“Everyone at Salford wishes him nothing but the best in his future career!”

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