Hull City are looking to loan Fenerbahçe winger Ryan Kent in the January transfer window and have officially made him a target.

That’s according to Sports Digitale, who report that Hull want to loan the former Rangers and Liverpool winger to bolster their squad.

Kent only moved to Turkey in the summer after a five-year spell at Rangers that started with a loan move from Liverpool and was made official in 2019.

He was a regular for them over the following years but left in the summer on a free transfer as both parties elected to part ways rather than extend their relationship.

He eventually joined Fenerbahçe but has barely featured for them this season, with just seven appearances and 11% of the available minutes played in the league this season.

He does not appear to be a part of their plans and, as such, could be on the way in the January transfer window, when it seems Hull will be waiting to snap him up ahead of competition from the Premier League, Championship and even Scotland.

“We are announcing the team that is the first official candidate for Kent. I’m a big fan of this team Hull City. Hull, a Championship team, wants to loan Kent during the January transfers window,” they said.

“The club was contacted about the player and Kent is keen to return to England. Now, when I say he is keen to return to England, he obviously came from Scotland, but you know the player.

“He is English, he came through Liverpool’s academy, he’s from Liverpool and that’s why Hull City want the player.

“Apart from Hull, we previously said there was an English team and a Scottish team but now it’s two English and one Scottish. There are both Premier League and Championship suitors, but Hull City have come forward and he’s officially become a candidate.”