Tigers give Baggies hope of Myhill signing

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Hull have hinted their financial circumstances could force them to accept West Brom's offer for goalkeeper Boaz Myhill.

Albion are reported to have bid in the region of £1.5million for the 27-year-old. City are around £34million in debt and head of football operations Adam Pearson admits that could force their hand.

"The situation is we have had an offer in," Pearson told the Hull Daily Mail. "With the position the club is in we obviously have to consider every offer. We have also got a good keeper already on the staff in Matt Duke."

He added: "Obviously we would need to replace Boaz but the position with the club, and the fact we owe a lot of money to other clubs, puts us under some pressure to raise cash this summer.

"All we have raised so far is the cash off the two Wolves moves (Stephen Hunt and Steven Mouyokolo) so it puts you under pressure to look at these deals carefully."

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