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Hull City edging closer to agreeing a deal with 30-year-old



Hull City didn’t have the most successful campaign last year but following their takeover by Acun Ilicali, they will now be looking ahead to next season with a lot more optimism. 

Shota Arveladze will be keen to make the right additions to his squad this summer to allow his team to compete higher up the league next season.

One of the club’s targets this summer has been Jean Michael Seri following his exit from Fulham at the end of his contract.

According to a report from Hull Live, it looks as though the potential transfer will move in a very positive position today as the player is said to be meeting owner Ilicali in Istanbul.

Therefore, it is hoped that terms could be agreed with the 30-year-old today following the Tigers pre-season starting yesterday, so he could soon join the side as they prepare for next season.

The midfielder played 33 times for Fulham last season and is a well experienced player with 42 international caps, too, so Hull fans will be hoping he is able to adapt to the side well and help them in their aims of pushing up the table next season.

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The Verdict: 

Hull have had an interest in the player for some time now so the fact he is meeting with the Chairman is a positive thing and suggests that this is moving in a positive direction for both parties.

Seri has plenty of experience in the Championship as well as the top flight and is a good reflection of the way they are looking forward as a club and their new ambitions.

Furthermore, on a free transfer, this would be a very solid bit of business which should excite City fans.

Passionate football fan. Currently studying a masters at UCFB alongside writing for Football League World.

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