Hull City are eyeing up a move for former Barnsley, West Ham and Sunderland striker Ashley Fletcher from Middlesbrough, according to journalist Alan Nixon.
Nigel Adkins is eyeing up a move for former Barnsley, West Ham and Sunderland striker Ashley Fletcher from fellow Championship side Middlesbrough.
Hull City have collected 20 points from a possible 24 since late November to move up to 13th in the Championship, the focus of the Yorkshire side will be to build on their recent resurgence and this will be boosted by the addition of Ashley Fletcher.
Ashley Fletcher started his career at Manchester United, but following a successful loan spell at Barnsley, where he scored nine goals including two at Wembley, the striker moved to West Ham United to get regular first team football. He made 20 appearances for West Ham United.
Last season, Ashley Fletcher managed to make 36 appearances, 20 for Middlesbrough (six starts) and 16 for Sunderland (15 starts). He scored four goals, two for each side.
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Nigel Adkins said: “I will speak to the owners over the next couple of days.”
“We talked transfer-wise leading in January, but obviously this forward momentum now hopefully encourages everyone a bit more.”
“If anything we want to be bring players in.”
“We are certainly not looking to lose Jarrod or Kamil. We want to keep improving what we are doing, especially when we have got this togetherness. There is a belief about everybody.”