From the outside looking in, you could have serious concerns over the prospects of Hull City’s season given the transfer window they have had so far.
The Tigers have been mauled of their players.
Big, key names such as Curtis Davies and Tom Huddlestone have both been shown the exit door, leaving for Derby, as well as Harry Maguire, who departed for Leicester City.
It sees Hull’s squad looking considerably depleted, and with massive holes to fill following their relegation from the Premier League, and with their only signings in the form of Ola Aina on loan from Chelsea and Frazier Campbell on a free transfer, they need to start doing some big business.
The club are going to need a spending spree if they want to stay competitive, and they should kick things off by bringing in Brentford’s Jota.
The Spaniard can play anywhere across the front line, but usually operates out wide for Brentford.
Brought back from his loan spell in Eibar in January, Jota breathed fresh life back into the club’s Championship campaign.
He took the Championship by storm once more, scoring 10 goals in just six months since returning, a fabulous goal scoring record for any player in that time.
He’s being tracked most heavily by Derby County who seemingly hope to bring him in as a replacement for Tom Ince.
Hull should seriously look to beat Derby to his signature, however, as the club are in desperate need of quality Championship players.
Jota is certainly that, and bringing him in would be a serious statement to the rest of the division.
Hull fans… Do you agree with this? Should Jota be signed? Let us know in the comments below.