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Millwall and Nottingham Forest move for Hull City defender

Millwall and Nottingham Forest have both made contact with Hull City defender Max Clark’s representatives in the last month, according to the Hull Daily Mail.

The 22-year-old is out of contract at the KCOM Stadium in the summer meaning he could leave Hull on a free transfer. Dutch Eredivisie side Vitesse Arnhem, who are managed by ex-Hull boss Leonid Slutsky, are also being linked with a move for Clark.

Clark has broken into Hull’s first-team this season and has played 30 games for the Tigers in all competitions, with 27 coming in the Championship.

He joined Hull in 2006 and progressed through the youth ranks at his local side. He was sent out on loan to Cambridge United in March 2015 and spent the rest of the 2015/16 season with the League Two club. Clark then joined them again on loan last season and played 35 games for them.

Clark has represented England at Under-16, Under-17 and Under-18 level so far in his career. He made his debut for Hull City on the first day of the season against Aston Villa in August.

Millwall are now being linked with a move for him. The Lions have had a great season under Neil Harris in the Championship and will be looking to further improve in the next campaign. Nottingham Forest, on the other hand, will want to bolster their defensive options in the summer and will see Clark as someone who can help do this.

 

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