Hull have confirmed the signing of Manchester United striker Will Keane, who joins Ryan Mason and David Marshall at the club.
Tuesday was a hectic day for the Tigers as they pushed through three deals, the first being goalkeeper Marshall, who arrives from Cardiff City in a deal worth £5million.
Then followed Mason from Tottenham after he signed a three-year contract, costing the club in excess of the £10million paid to recruit Abel Hernandez in 2014.
“I can’t wait to get started and I see this as a massive opportunity for me,” Mason told the club’s website.
Hull later confirmed their third arrival of the day – striker Keane from United.
The 23-year-old, who worked with caretaker boss Mike Phelan during his time as assistant manager, has signed a three-year contract having also arrived for an undisclosed fee.
“I’m delighted to move here,” he told Hull’s official website. “It’s a fresh start and a new challenge for me, so I’m really looking forward to getting things underway.”
The transfer activity will not stop there, with the Tigers hoping to draft in more players on what is sure to be another hectic day before the transfer deadline passes at 11pm tonight.