Alfred N’Diaye won’t be continuing with Hull City in the Champiobship, indeed it doesn’t seem like there’s even been an attempt from the English club to try and keep him for longer than his loan spell.

One of a group of players signed on loan by Marco Silva in the January transfer window, N’Diaye wasn’t one of the most impressive, but his move wasn’t a disaster either. Spanish newspaper AS report that N’Diaye has now left Hull City to return to parent club Villarreal, but they’re not sure what to do with him.

Signing from Real Betis during the last summer window, N’Diaye failed to make a big impact at Villarreal, hence them allowing him to join Hull City on loan. AS say that even though Villarreal have the player on a contract until June 2021, it’s not one they’re thrilled to keep him to.

Another loan is the most likely scenario, and there’s no suggestion yet of Hull City trying to get the player again.