Sky Sources understand that Burnley have had a bid accepted by Hull for their star player Robert Snodgrass.
The bid is believed to be around £10 million; a host of Premier League clubs have also been interesting in acquiring his services after his impressive start to the season, but Burnley have led the hunt.
He is Hull’s top scorer with nine goals so far this term – he scored in the 1-1 draw with Burnley at Turf Moor back in September.
Hull had already received a bid in the same region from Middlesbrough, but it was structured differently, with Burnley’s offer a more favourable one.
Set to depart
Snodgrass refused to pen a new deal at Hull this season, with his current contract expiring at the end of next season.
Thus, it looks likely that Hull will look to cash in on their star asset rather than letting him go on a free.
An income of £10 million would go a long way in providing new Hull boss Marcos Silva with the transfer funds he requires to build the squad he wants.
Written by Michael Jones
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