, ‘Should get offers’ – Hull City chief has say on defender’s future

‘Should get offers’ – Hull City chief has say on defender’s future

Hull City vice-chairman Tan Kesler has said the club aren’t paying attention to any potential interest in Jacob Greaves at this stage.

Hull City’s immediate focus is on getting into the Championship play-offs.

Greaves, 23, has had an impressive season for his hometown club again.

Kesler has had this to say on the defender’s future at the MKM Stadium in an interview with BBC Humberside Sport: “Jacob is our player. Whether there is an offer on the table or not, we don’t care. He is performing unbelievably. He should get offers, he should get interest. At the same time, I want boys to stay focused on the promotion run until the end of the season.”

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Greaves has been a massive player for Hull over recent years and they are likely to face a battle to keep hold of him if they don’t go up this term.

He appears destined to play in the Premier League and follow in the footsteps of the likes of Jarrod Bowen and Keane Lewis-Potter.

The Cottingham-born man is under contract until the summer of June 2026 meaning his current club are under no pressure to cash in on him just yet unless an offer that they can’t refuse comes in for his services in the next transfer window.

Greaves has risen up through the academy ranks of the Tigers and had a loan spell away at Cheltenham Town as a youngster before breaking into the first-team.

He has made 203 appearances in his career to date and has scored six goals, two of which came away at Huddersfield Town earlier this month.

Hull are 6th in the table and are a point into the top six above Norwich City. They are back in action this evening with a home clash against Birmingham City.

The Tigers drew 0-0 away at Preston North End last time out.

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