Hull first-team coach Stephen Clemence has refused to comment on rumours suggesting a £10million bid has been launched for Ryan Mason.
The Tigers have been heavily linked with a move for the Tottenham midfielder all summer, but reports have suggested a bid of £10million has finally been made.
It is not clear whether Tottenham have accepted the bid, and speaking after Tuesday night’s 3-1 win at Exeter in the EFL Cup, Clemence was not willing to say too much.
“I don’t really want to comment on that,” said Clemence. “I know he’s a good player but he’s someone else’s player. He’s an England international who’s done really well. I’ve watched him closely as a Tottenham boy myself but that’s all I can really say.”
Even so, Clemence did confirm everything is being done to get bodies on board before the transfer deadline passes a week today.
Clemence added: “We’re working hard still. People are constantly on the phone trying to do stuff. I know there’s been some bids that are active this week but I don’t know if those have moved further.
“We’re hoping we can get some signings in before the weekend. These lads have done great but they can’t keep doing it. They’ll break eventually because that’s just Premier League football. Hopefully they’ll get a hand soon.”