Hull City have signed goalkeeper Matt Ingram from QPR.

The 25-year-old has penned a three-year deal at the KCOM Stadium, with an option for a further year, as announced by the Tigers’ official club website.

Ingram has become Grant McCann’s first signing for the Yorkshire side and will link up with their pre-season training.

He will join George Long and Will Mannion in their goalkeeping department and will compete for the number one spot next season.

Ingram has told Hull’s website today: “I’m absolutely delighted to be here and I’m looking forward to a fresh start with Hull City. It’s a new chapter for me and I’m looking forward to helping this club to push up the table and do as well as it can.”

The 6ft 3inc shot stopper started his career at Wycombe Wanderers and rose up through the youth ranks at his local side. He went onto make 140 appearances for the Chairboys as well as having loan spells in non-league with Hayes and Yeading United and Oxford City.

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Ingram was snapped up by QPR in January 2016 and has since played 19 times for the London side. He spent part of the 2017/18 season on loan at Northampton Town in League One and also returned to Wycombe on an emergency loan during the last campaign.

Hull will be pleased to have got their first piece of transfer business over the line and will be looking to do more deals over the coming weeks.

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