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‘It’d be risky to let him leave now’ – Championship side eye Reading player: Opinion

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Hull City have been linked with a move for Reading wide man Mo Barrow, as revealed by Football London.

The 26-year-old has been in and around the Royals squad for most of the season and has found himself starting recently under new manager Jose Gomes.

He’s bagged 11 goals in 52 outings since joining from Swansea City and is reportedly seen by Nigel Adkins as the perfect man to build upon their recent success.

The Tigers have pulled away from the expected relegation battle and have settled into 13th place, within touching distance of the play-offs.

They’ve had a successful window in just keeping Jarrod Bowen, but to bring in extra creativity would surely please the fans.

Is it the right move by Reading to let him go? Is he a good capture for Adkins? Our FLW team discuss.

George Harbey

“It’d be risky to let him leave now.

“On his day, he’s a quality player and would definitely help Reading escape the drop.

“It’ll be hard to find an adequate replacement with just a day left to go until the window slams shut.”

Lee Connor

“I don’t see why not to be honest.

“I know he’s a tricky customer and I know he has pace and Reading might be able to use him in the run-in, but what has he really done in his career of note?

“I’d cash in, and try and get some money for a player who has always flattered to deceive.”

Jay Taylor

“This would be a huge mistake for Reading.

“Mo Barrow has been one of their better performers this term, and his departure could have a detrimental effect to their survival hopes.

“Hull would be gaining a star player who can add real quality in the final third should he move to the KCOM.”

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