Hull City have reportedly joined the battle for the signing of FC Utrecht winger Othmane Boussaid.

Dutch outlet Voetbal International today features a piece claiming the 23-year-old is set to move out of the country this summer, as European sides are keen on signing him.

Union Saint-Gilloise are those trying to bring him to Belgium, while Hull City are pushing for his move to England.

It’s claimed that the Tigers have ‘recently joined’ the race for his signing, as they’re ‘particularly impressed’ with his numbers playing for FC Utrecht.

Voetbal International highlights how Boussaid is ‘technically skilled’, and that has been drawing Hull City’s attention for a potential summer move.

Since his contract with FC Utrecht expires next summer, the Dutch side are now going through the difficult decision of whether to sell him now or risk losing him for free.

It isn’t said how much Hull City would be keen on spending on his signing this summer, as the player is currently valued by Transfermarkt at €2.2m. The Tigers must also watch the competition from Union Saint-Gilloise.