Hull City midfielder Tom Huddlestone has been linked with a £5 million move to Premier League new boys AFC Bournemouth, reports the Hull Daily Mail.
According to talkSPORT, the Cherries have targeted the former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder ahead of their first ever season in the top-flight.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe is looking to add some Premier League experience to his squad and Huddlestone fits the bill perfectly.
The 28-year-old had a mixed season with Hull as they were relegated from the English top-flight and he may not want to play in the Championship.
Huddlestone joined the Tigers in a £5.25m move from Spurs in the summer of 2013 and has gone to make 67 appearances, scoring three goals.
The midfielder was touted to make an England return after impressive performances during the 2013/14 season that saw Hull make it to the FA Cup final and ensure Premier League safety after promotion from the Championship a year earlier.
Huddlestone began his career at Derby County, where he made 88 appearances, before joining Spurs in a £2.5m deal in January 2005.
He was with the North London outfit for eight years, making 144 appearances, scoring eight goals, before leaving to join Hull two years ago.
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