American manager Bob Bradley has been added to Hull’s list of targets as the Tigers step up their search for Steve Bruce’s replacement.
The Tigers are prepared to cast their net far and wide as they bid to find their next manager, and the former USA coach Bradley is believed to have entered the running.
The club’s board are looking to bring in someone with experience, potentially ruling out Ryan Giggs, and Bradley, who is currently in charge of French side Le Havre, could fit the bill.
Some bookmakers have even installed the American as favourite to take charge at the KCOM Stadium, but it is too early to say whether he will get the nod.
Roberto Martinez remains high on the wanted list, but reports claiming talks have already taken place appear to be premature, while Steve McClaren is not on the shortlist despite declaring his interest.
Gary Rowett looks set to stay at Birmingham as Hull want a quick appointment and trying to lure him away from St Andrews could take too much time,.