Hull City manager Steve Bruce will investigate the loan market this January, as per a report by the Hull Daily Mail.

Bruce is looking for reinforcements to his side who currently sit third in the championship.

However, the Tigers have spent a lot of money on signings in recent years, (£10million on Abel Hernàndez, £8million on Jake Livermore and Rob Snodgrass) so may not have the funds available to do so again this time.

Arsenal recalled Isaac Hayden from his loan at Hull yesterday meaning the Tigers are a bit short in midfield. Bruce also suggested the need to search for a striker.

Bruce is no stranger to the loan market either. During Hull’s 12/13 promotion season Hull had Ahmed Elmohamady and David Meyler both on loan from Sunderland.

These two both joined Hull permanently and became two key players. More recently Bruce was also able to bring Hatem Ben Arfa and Gaston Ramirez from Newcastle and Southampton on loan respectively last season.


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