Middlesbrough have become the latest club to have a bid rejected for Robert Snodgrass.
According to Sky Sports Boro offered an up front figure of £6m that would have risen to £8m dependent on Boro staying up.
Hull have turned that deal down on the back of two offers from West Ham as they attempt to hold on to their top scorer.
The 29-year-old rejected a new contract from Hull at Christmas time but the club followed that up by enforcing a 12 month extension onto his current deal which was due to expire this summer.
With seven goals from 19 Premier League appearances this season the Scotland internationalist is the main reason that Hull are still in the relegation scrap despite minimal investment since gaining promotion.
Newcastle have also been linked with the Hull midfielder but no one has yet came in with a £10m bid that would give the club a decision to think over.