Hull City and AFC Bournemouth are eyeing Reading forward Dominic Samuel, according to today’s print edition of the Daily Mirror.
The forward still have two years left on his contract with the Royals, after signing a three year deal with the club in September 2015.
And the 22-year old was finally handed his first start under Jaap Stam against Burton Albion in November, marking the occasion with his first goal for Reading after previously enduring impressive loan spells at Coventry and Gillingham.
Reports have now emerged from the print edition of the Mirror, that Mike Phelan’s Hull City and Eddie Howe’s AFC Bournemouth are both trying to pursue Samuel’s signature, when the January transfer window opens.
Samuel looks set to start up-front for the Royals in their clash against Fulham at Craven Cottage on Saturday, with Yann Kermorgant currently out injured for the Berkshire side/
So… What do you think Reading fans? Would you like to see Dominic Samuel leave Reading? Is he really Premier League quality? Does he really have the potential to be a Premier League star? Leave your opinions and thoughts in the comments below!