According to sources from Sky Sports, Hull City are looking to bring in some more attacking punch for the run-in by loaning Everton striker Oumar Niasse for the rest of the season.
Niasse, a 26 year old Senegalese striker has failed to impress since his move last season. Hull City will have the option, reportedly, to buy the Senegalese man when the loan deal ends.
Niasse, luckily for Hull, has been in such poor form that he was unable to make the Senegal squad for the Africa Cup of Nations. The Senegalese man has yet to register a goal in English football.
Hull City’s manager, Marco Silva, will he hoping to get the most out of the man that Everton bought from Lokomotiv Moscow last winter.
This is a very speculative move for Hull, but desperate times do call for desperate measures, I suppose. If Hull get any points from him, this deal will be well worth it.