Date: 29th May 2017 at 9:01pm
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Tentative reports in the media so far this week suggest new head coach Marco Silva wants to team up with Kamil Grosicki again this summer.

The 28 year old Poland wideman made the move to Hull City at the end of the January transfer window for an undisclosed fee, and he was largely impressive in his 12 starts and three substitute appearances.

Across those games he provided five assists as Silva almost beat the drop with his former side and he took the PFA Fans Premier League Player of the Month award for April.

OTPGossip – no link – are credited with the claims of a return of Silva to the KCOM Stadium for Grosicki and goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic, whilst Greek website Gazetta are cited as the source for reports linking him with a move for defender Omar Elabdellaoui who spent the second half of the season with on loan from Olympiacos.

Whether this is just idle speculation given his ties with Hull previously and the fact that all three performed pretty well under his tenure, we’ll have to see, but undoubtedly Silva will be looking to stamp his mark on his Watford side as soon as he can and players who know his style is certainly one way to do that.

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One Reply to “Silva Targets Three Hull Players?”

  • Probably a slow news day, don’t think Silva would do that as he knows Hull are short of manpower.

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