Hull City transfer news and rumours

All the latest transfer news and speculation from Hull City football club.

CONFIRMED TRANSFERS IN:

Ibrahima Sonko, loan

Kamel Ghilas, undiclosed

Paul McShane, undisclosed

Stephen Hunt, undisclosed

Seyi Olofinjana, £3m

Jozy Altidore, loan

Steven Mouyokolo , undisclosed

CONFIRMED TRANSFERS OUT:

Sam Ricketts, undisclosed

Michael Bridges, released

Wayne Brown, undisclosed

Ryan France, released

John Welsh, released

Dean Windass, released

Michael Turner, undisclosed

SPECULATION:

1 September: Hull have confirmed the signing of defender Ibrahima Sonko on a season-long loan from Stoke.

26 August: Sunderland defender Paul McShane is currently undergoing a medical at Hull City.

21 August: Phil Brown is aiming to make Ghanaian forward Haminu Draman his fifth signing this summer.

20 August: Hull boss Phil Brown has admitted his disappointment at his failure to sign Real Madrid striker Alvaro Negredo.

18 August: Hull boss Phil Brown is refusing to admit defeat in his attempts to sign Real Madrid striker Alvaro Negredo.

17 August: The Hull City manager, Phil Brown, has informed clubs that they will have to pay £10m to prise the defender Michael Turner away from the KC Stadium.

14 August: Real Madrid forward Alvaro Negredo heads Hull manager Phil Brown's wanted list as he continues his search for new blood before the end of the transfer window.

12 August: Newcastle United goalkeeper Tim Krul is being monitored by a host of Premier League clubs, including Arsenal, Portsmouth, Wigan, Hull and local rivals Sunderland.

12 August: Hull have called a press conference for tomorrow afternoon when it is expected they will announce the signings of Stephen Hunt and Kamel Ghilas.

7 August: Hull have had a bid rejected for unsettled Cardiff striker Ross McCormack.

6 August: Hull have completed the double signings of Seyi Olofinjana from Stoke and USA striker Jozy Altidore.

5 August: Stoke midfielder Seyi Olofinjana is on the verge of a £3m move to Barclays Premier League rivals Hull. The 29-year-old Nigerian had previously spoken to French side Monaco but preferred to stay in England, and after the Potters accepted a similar bid from the Tigers he is now in talks about signing a three-year contract at the KC Stadium.

4 August: Ross McCormack believes Cardiff may have priced him out of a move to the Premier League. The Scotland striker impressed in his debut season in the Welsh capital, scoring 21 goals in 38 league appearances, leading to talk of a summer move to Hull.

1 August: Hull manager Phil Brown has not given up on signing the Newcastle centre-back Habib Beye, after the Senegal international handed in a transfer request.

30 July: Phil Brown has quashed speculation linking Hull with a move for Tottenham's Darren Bent whilst also denying high-rated defender Michael Turner could be heading in the other direction.

29 July: The future of Darren Bent remains up in the air with Aston Villa and Hull having joined the race for the Tottenham striker last night on the eve of his proposed medical with Sunderland.

28 July: So who's in, who's out – and what will your club do next?

28 July: Hull City are still keen to sign Fulham striker Bobby Zamora despite the London club failing to land Peter Crouch, manager Phil Brown said today. Hull have agreed a fee to buy Zamora from Fulham, who lost out to Tottenham Hotspur in the chase for England striker Crouch, but agreeing personal terms with the 28-year-old Londoner has proved a stumbling block.

25 July: Bolton Wanderers have completed the signings of defenders Zat Knight and Sam Ricketts, the Premier League club said on their website (www.bwfc.co.uk) today.

15 July: Hull have agreed a £5million fee with Fulham for striker Bobby Zamora, the London club have announced.

14 July: Hull boss Phil Brown will hold talks with Daryl Murphy later this week after the Tigers agreed a fee with Sunderland for the Republic of Ireland striker.

6 July: Hull have confirmed they are interested in buying Fulham striker Bobby Zamora.

5 July: The IoS transfer-merry go-round: a comprehensive list of players linked in the past week to your club; plus those who have signed on the dotted line.

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