Goalkeeper Matt Ingram has completed a move from QPR to Hull – and three other players could also be leaving Loftus Road.
West London Sport – which initially reported that Ingram was set for Hull – have also reported that Rangers are ready to sell Massimo Luongo and that offers for Luke Freeman and Matt Smith from Sheffield United and Millwall respectively have been rejected but that talks with those clubs are ongoing.
West London Sport reports that Sheffield United were looking to pay around £4m for Freeman and were told by Rangers he would cost more.
Reports elsewhere though say United are close to signing the midfielder and that the figure is closer to £3m.
Sky Sports News say Freeman is set to join the promoted Blades and become boss Chris Wilder’s first signing of the summer.
As for Ingram, he moves on after a difficult spell at QPR and will link up with Hull goalkeeping coach Barry Richardson, having previously worked with him at Wycombe.
“I know ‘Baz’ really well and he is a massive factor in me believing that this is the right move for me,” Ingram told Hull’s website.
“Him being here was a big draw for me. I played plenty of games at Wycombe when he was the coach there.
“If you know somebody at a club, whether it’s a player or a coach, it just helps you to settle in that little bit better.”