Hull City captain Michael Dawson is expected to make a final decision on his future this week, according to Hull Live.

He has been in talks with the Tigers over a new deal as his current contract expires next month meaning he will become a free agent. Nottingham Forest, who tried to sign him in January, are believed to be keen on bringing him to the City Ground this summer.

The 34-year-old has spent four years playing for Hull City and is likely to move on this summer for a new challenge.

It is worrying times for Hull at the moment with a number of key players out of contract. They have already lost Allan McGregor to Rangers, whilst David Meyler has been released. Players like Dawson, Abel Hernandez, Max Clark, Moses Odubajo and Seb Larsson will all see their contracts expire next month as it stands.

Nottingham Forest are hoping to sign Dawson this summer as Aitor Karanka looks to bring some experience into his squad. Dawson started his career with the Reds and played 91 games for them as a youngster before being snapped up by Tottenham Hotspur in 2005.

Dawson spent nine years at Spur before moving to Hull City in 2014. He helped the Tigers gain promotion in 2016 but could not prevent them from being relegated from the Premier League last year. His time at the KCOM Stadium looks to be over now with some more clarity on his situation expected soon.

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