Hull City are open to selling Nouha Dicko on a permanent deal this month, according to a report by Hull Live.

The striker is currently on loan in the Eredivise with Vitesse and has scored four goals in 11 games for the Dutch side.

Dicko, who is 27 years old, is out of contract at the KCOM Stadium at the end of the season meaning the Tigers are keen on getting a fee for him this winter to avoid losing him for nothing.

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However, the Mali international would not be allowed to play for a third club in this campaign, so the only options for the Championship outfit are to sell him to Vitesse permanently or offload him to the MLS or Chinese Super League.

Hull signed Dicko from Wolves for £3.5 million in 2017 but he has struggled to hit the ground in the black and amber. He scored five goals in all competitions during his first season with the Yorkshire, followed by two goals last term.

The striker moved to England in 2011 to join Wigan Athletic from Strasbourg. He then had loan spells at Blackpool and Rotherham United before signing for Wolves in 2014.

Nouha Dicko during his Wolves days.

He became a hit at Molineux and managed 34 goals in 104 appearances before they let him leave for Hull.

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Dicko’s time in Yorkshire has not worked out and he could be heading for the exit door permanently this winter if Grant McCann’s side can find a home for him.

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