Hull City have started to get busy in the transfer market and have signed six players so far this summer. Here are four of their current squad who could still leave them-
Kamil Grosicki- His long-term future at the KCOM Stadium has been in doubt since their relegation from the Premier League last year. The Poland international, who was at the World Cup in Russia last month, scored 9 goals for the Tigers in the Championship last season. There is always the chance that Hull could sell him for the right price so his future is not set in stone yet.
Jarrod Bowen- Hull will be desperate to keep hold of the 21-year-old between now and the end of the transfer window. He burst onto the scene for the Tigers at the start of last season under Leonid Slutsky and went onto score 14 goals in the league for them. Bowen is one of the brightest young talents in the league and is a key asset for the Tigers.
Will Mannion- It is likely that he could leave on loan for this upcoming season. Mannion is highly-rated by Hull but will currently be third choice goalkeeper behind David Marshall and new signing George Long. The 20-year-old joined the Tigers in July 2016 from AFC Wimbledon and spent time on loan last season at League One side Plymouth Argyle.
Callum Burton- If Nigel Adkins decides to keep Mannion as extra back-up, then it is expected that Burton will leave them on loan. He had a brief stint on loan at Salford City in the last campaign and could potentially be an option for lower league clubs needing a goalkeeper for next season.