Hull City have been growing a Tottenham Hotspurs contingent in their ranks since the arrival of Steve Bruce. Hull have snapped up former Spurs stars, Tom Huddlestone, Jake Livermore and Michael Dawson. Now they are turning their attentions to another Spurs star, Aaron Lennon.
The nippy winger has been in and out of the side of late with the likes of Nacer Chadli holding down a first team position. Lennon who has also been on the fringes of the England senior team is a real asset with his electrifying pace.
According to the Mirror, Hull City boss, Steve Bruce is preparing a £7m bid for the former Leeds United starlet in January. Currently Tottenham’s longest serving player, Lennon joined from Yorkshire side, Leeds United when he was just 18-years-old.
Now 27, Lennon may be looking for a fresh challenge to give his career a final push. An England call up could beckon Lennon should he make the move to Hull, a place where first team football would be more realistic. If Hull can cough up the money, it could be a no-brainer. Playing alongside a number of familiar faces could seal the deal.
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By Oliver Baines | November 26th, 2014