Hull City are considering making an offer for new Scotland international Greg Taylor.
The Daily Record have reported that The Tigers are ‘long term admirers’ of the Kilmarnock left-back and believe that he is worth around £400,000 – but whether that matches Kilmarnock’s valuation is yet to be seen.
The Kilmarnock defender made his Scotland debut versus Belgium on Tuesday evening.
Taylor, 21, has also attracted interest from Celtic and Rangers but, according to the report, they will have to sell a left-back before they can make an offer.
He played 31 games in the Scottish Premier League last season, scoring once and providing four assists.
Despite Hull currently being without a manager, their head of recruitment Lee Darnbrough is a allegedly big fan of the player and watched him regularly last season.
I think this could be a really good signing for Hull City considering their circumstances.
Taylor is rated highly in Scotland but shouldn’t cost too much. Hull are trying desperately hard to balance the books at the KCOM, so if they sign Taylor, they will be trying to replicate what they did with Andrew Robertson by improving him and selling him on for a large profit.
With Celtic and Rangers interested in him, and him getting his first Scotland cap, Hull could do with getting this over the line soon – before his price inflates and more teams become interested.