Hull City manager Marco Silva apparently isn’t done with new signings. After presenting four new players in the past few weeks, the Portuguese boss still wants more.
That’s what Record is saying today, as they have a big story talking about Silva’s work to rebuild the Tigers’ squad.
The newspaper claims Hull’s manager still wants four more signings during the January window. That would be two midfielders, due to Jake Livermore’s departure and the the unavailability of Ryan Mason, one winger and one striker.
Record also says that Lazar Markovic could be training today and be called up for the EFL Cup match against Manchester United on Thursday.
Marco Silva has been in charge of Hull City for four games now. His team beat Swansea in the FA Cup, then lost to Manchester United in the first leg of the EFL Cup semifinals. In the Premier League, he beat Bournemouth and lost to Chelsea last weekend.
Four more Hull City signings in a week… Marco Silva plans to be busy.