Hull City completed transfers: Tom Huddlestone, Jake Livermore and Maynor Figueroa bolster Steve Bruce's squad for survival campaign
All the ins and outs at the KC Stadium
Tuesday 03 September 2013
Ins: George Boyd (Peterborough, free), Maynor Figueroa (Wigan, free), Curtis Davies (Birmingham, undisclosed), Ahmed Elmohamady (Sunderland, £2million), Allan McGregor (Besiktas, undisclosed), Steve Harper (Newcastle, free), Danny Graham (Sunderland, loan), Yannick Sagbo (Evian, undisclosed), Jake Livermore (Tottenham, loan), Tom Huddlestone (Tottenham, £5million), Gedo (Al Ahly, loan)
Outs: Andy Dawson (Scunthorpe, free), Seyi Olofinjana (released), Jay Simpson (released), Tom Cairney (Blackburn, loan), Corry Evans (Blackburn, undisclosed), Danny Emerton (Northampton, free), Jamie Devitt (Chesterfield, free), Mark Oxley (Oldham, loan), Jack Hobbs (Nottingham Forest, loan), Paul McKenna (released), Joe Cracknell (released), Connor Townsend (Carlisle, loan), Cameron Stewart (Charlton, loan)
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