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Rivals Attempting To Sign Hull Targets

Rivals Attempting To Sign Hull Targets

Hull`s transfer targets are starting to become sought after as deals continue to lag for Marlon King and Abdoulaye Meite.

Due to Marlon King`s insistence of a compensation package from Wigan Athletic, Hull attempt to sign the £3 million rated striker has taken longer than expected. Despite having personal terms agreed, which would involve King taking a pay-cut to join Hull City, Derby County have now emerged in the race for the striker with a loan move having the potential to be more appealing to Wigan Athletic.

Meanwhile, Hull continue to search for another centre-back to join Michael Turner and Anthony Gardner. Bolton`s Abdoulaye Meite continues to surface on Phil Brown`s radar although West Brom are also in contention.

Despite Hull`s opening bid of close to £2.5 million being rejected, West Brom are hoping a £2 million offer today will tempt Gary Megson into selling.

Greek striker Angelos Charisteas, also a target of Stoke City, waits as the two promoted team reportedly fight for the striker, although neither manager has made a comment to suggest they are that interested in the striker.



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Writer:Matt Wilson
Date:Thursday July 31 2008
Time: 2:44PM

Comments

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Really don't think King has the right firepower we are looking for, we need someone a bit more proven, but can't think of anyone else we could sign.....other than Fraizer obviously!
MikeRoberts
31/07/2008 15:27:00
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I think these would be 2 great signings and aint west brom just signed a centre half?Cant see King goin to Derby and if he does it be for money.
matty17x
31/07/2008 16:20:00
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From what ive seen at the the European championship tournaments Charisteas looks quality. Sign him up Browny!
maltontiger
31/07/2008 21:35:00
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Marlon IS money driven.... He thinks his better than he is.. DON"T sign King he will upset your tight knitted dressing-room... Believe me we know...
watford1881
01/08/2008 04:16:00
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Irrespective of what we all think looks like brownie wants King
Nottingham Tiger
01/08/2008 07:16:00
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it seems as Paul says that Sir PB sees something in King that he believes can work....................
ernshaw
01/08/2008 09:33:00
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It happens all the time. You think nobody knows but the agents are double dealing.
storagematt
01/08/2008 11:53:00
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I don't think King is good enough for the premiership, we already have as good, if not better.
Dorset tiger
02/08/2008 08:37:00
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