Tottenham star set for £5.25m departure

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Tottenham have agreed to sell Tom Huddlestone to Hull City for £5.25 million, according to the Mail Online

Steve Bruce is hoping that the Spurs star will join Jake Livermore at the club, after he secured a loan move to the KC stadium. 

The England international is also a target for Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio and the Black Cats could make a late swoop for the star. 

However, Bruce is hoping to strengthen his squad before his side begin their return to the Premier League as they travel to Chelsea this weekend. 

Hull have also been linked with a move for Lee Cattermole, who has previously played under Bruce at both Wigan and Sunderland.

But, the Tigers boss is hoping to secure a club record deal for Huddlestone as he looks to add Premier League experience to his squad.  

Huddlestone has over 100 Premier League appearances to his name and could play a key role in Hull's 2013/14 campaign.

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