Hull City look set to be raided once more by Leicester City, as goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic looks set to join the Foxes, according to the Mirror (Saturday 17th June 2017, page 68, print edition).
The 32-year-old stopper looks set to be on his way for a reported fee of £2m, and Leicester will no doubt be delighted to get their man with the future of number one stopper Kasper Schmeichel remaining up in the air.
Jakupovic will be following in the footsteps of Harry Maguire, who this week completed a big money move to the former Premier League champions.
Hull are still in a bit of disarray since relegation back to the Championship, and will be hoping that this is not just the beginning of a mass exodus of players who are wanting to rejoin Premier League clubs.
The Tigers will be expected to be one of the top challengers in the Championship next season but will need to act fast if players keep being sold at the rate they are, with the futures of Andrew Robertson and Tom Huddlestone just two of the other players who appear in doubt.
Hull fans, what do you think to this? Good deal? Let us know in the comments!