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Hull City targeting ‘multi-million’ pound move for Japanese international

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Hull City have set their sights on Japanese international Hidemasa Morita, as per a report from Portuguese outlet O Jogaand as cited by Hull Live. 

With eyes all on the progressing takeover at the MKM Stadium, the Tigers are hoping to kickstart the January transfer window for a ‘multi-million’ pound move for the 26-year-old who plies his trade for top division Portuguese Liga side Santa Clara.

The Tigers, who spent the early part of the season within the relegation zone, embarked on a four-game winning run to escape the bottom three places. 

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Hull now sit four points clear of Peterborough United in 22nd place and will be hoping to strengthen enough in January to avoid a relegation scrap come the end of the season. 

Operating as a holding midfielder, Morita has been an integral member of the Portuguese outfit’s squad this season, appearing 23 times in all competitions. 

The verdict 

This is a proposed signing that shows that the club are full of ambition as they edge closer to finalising the takeover deal with Turkish businessman Acun Ilicali. 

It is expected to be a battle for survival this season, but ultimately, Hull will be excited for this new chapter at the club. 

Morita’s international experience and appearances in Portugal’s top-flight make him an option that Hull fans will be excited for, and he could be a real coup at Championship level. 

The arrival of Morita would certainly be a statement signing by the Tigers, especially with the midfielder expected to cost a ‘multi-million’ pound figure. 


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