Hull City are keeping tabs on Cardiff City’s Ryan Pryce.
HITC is reporting the Tigers are tracking the Premier League youngster who is yet to make a senior appearance for the Bluebirds.
Pryce joined in the summer from The New Saints in the Welsh Premier League.
He is an attacking full-back who caught the eye at Jamie Vardy’s V9 academy – where trials were held for non-league players to be given a chance in professional football.
Having not played for Neil Warnock in the first-team as of yet, he has been a regular for the U23s this term with his performances in the development side attracting interest.
Hull face competition from League One high-fliers Portsmouth as well as Fleetwood Town, according to the publication.
The 21-year-old is out of contract in the summer, so a move to Hull is a real possibility.
Would he be a good signing for the Tigers?
“Considering he is out of contract, there is scope for a deal.
“Hull need to bolster their side in the summer, and with funds tight, this could be the way to go.
“Pryce has apparently impressed for Cardiff’s U23s this term and could well be a decent signing by Nigel Adkins.
“Young, hungry talent could be the way forward for the Tigers.”
“He could be a good signing for Hull City.
“Though he’s yet to break into the first-team at Cardiff he is clearly a player with a good amount of potential otherwise they would not have signed him.
“He’s out of contract with the Bluebirds in the summer and is yet to sign a new deal, so it would be even better if the Tigers could get him on a free transfer.”
“It could be a shrewd signing.
“As an attacking full-back, Pryce offers something that is perhaps lacking at Hull City at the moment.
“If it is a good value deal, go for it.”