Hull City are looking to offload Nouha Dicko if they can find a buyer for him this month.
According to reports from Hull Live, the striker is deemed to be surplus to requirements with the Tigers who are keen to move the striker on as soon as possible.
Dicko has been on loan with Dutch side Vitesse since the start of September and has looked impressive after scoring four goals in nine starts.
That has led to Tigers to look to capitalise on his good form as they look to secure a January deal to take him away from the club.
Dicko is out of contract in the summer which means that this month is the last opportunity for the club to recoup some sort of transfer fee for the striker who arrived for a fee of £3.5m.
However moving him on could be more difficult than you’d think.
FIFA rules will prevent Dicko from playing for third team this season, with the striker having already represented Hull City and Vitesse.
That means that unless a club is willing to sign the player with a view to using him from next season, it’s only the Dutch side who could be able to strike a deal for him.
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The situation regarding Nouha Dicko is a bit of a headache for Hull City.
Grant McCann’s side will be hoping to attract a fee for the in-form striker, but given the regulations set out by FIFA this could prove to be particularly difficult.
Whether Hull decide to accept losing him for free in the summer – or look to take up the option of a contract extension that they hold – it’ll be interesting to see how Dicko’s remaining time at the club will pan out.