AFC Bournemouth have submitted an enquiry and are keen to sign Hull captain Michael Dawson, according to The Mirror.
The 32-year-old, who has made 46 appearances since signing with The Tigers back in the summer of 2014, is reportedly available for very minimal sums of money, even for a player with a vast amount of Premier League experience.
Bournemouth have been hit with a mass injury crisis, with club captain and leading centre half Tommy Elphick sidelined for an extended period of time, as well as having stand in captain, Simon Francis, shown a red card following a brutal tackle in their match against Leicester on the weekend.
Dawson signed for the Yorkshire outfit and was immediately declared captain by manager Steve Bruce, but unfortunately lead the side to relegation following an abysmal season in the first division of English Football.
In contrary, Hull have been brilliant in the second tier. Currently sitting a point outside the automatic promotion spots, the team have been playing a very attractive style apply, having kept most of the same players from last seasons failure.
The former Spurs captain has been crucial to Hull’s success, and the club are expected to try and keep hold of him at any cost. They take on Brighton this Saturday, and will look to kick off a lengthy run in the cup.