Hull City are on the verge of announcing three deals in one day on the Eve of the summer Deadline day, with a record breaking deal for Spurs’ midfielder Ryan Mason already announced, as well as the signing of ‘keeper David Marshall.
The Tigers are also reportedly set to announce a deal for Man United striker Will Keane, according to BBC Online reporter, Simon Stone, who claims that the deal to bring the 23-year-old to The KCOM Stadium.
The deal for midfielder Ryan Mason, who joins on a three-year-deal, will reportedly cost Mike Phelan’s side a club record £13m, breaking the bar set by Abel Hernandez who cost £10m from Palermo.
Shot-stopper, David Marshall, who made 4o appearances for Championship side Cardiff last season, conceding 43 goals, also joins on a three-year-deal.
Will Keane, who is expected to be announced on Tuesday evening, made 20 appearances for Preston North End in the Championship last season, scoring on one occasion.
The triple deal adds to the good news that any deal between the Tigers and Aston Villa is off, as the chairman at Villa Park announced on Twitter on Tuesday. Crisis, what crisis?