Hull City are targeting three Tottenham Hotspur players according to various reports.
The three players are believed to be Jake Livermore, Michael Dawson and Danny Rose. All three players could be deemed surplus to requirements by the London Club.
Hull have a long standing interest in Jake Livermore after a successful loan spell at the club last season. The Englishman made 41 appearances for the Tigers, scoring three goals in the process.
Livermore is down the pecking order at Spurs with Sandro, Moussa Dembele, and Paulinho all ahead of him.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is believed to be willing to accept a bid in the region of eight million pounds for his services.
The 24 year old also wants to stay at Hull City on a permanent basis.
Hull have targeted Dawson in order to add some experience to the defence. Dawson is Spurs' longest serving player and currently the club captain.
The 30 year old made 22 appearances for Spurs last season but could be set for an exit with the club rumoured to be chasing a number of centre backs.
Dawson is seen as a replacement for Abdoulaye Faye who has just been released by the club.
Danny Rose is another target for Hull and is seen as another option for the left wing back position in Hull's 3-5-2 formation.
Steve Bruce wants the England full back to add more pace to his team.
Rose made 28 appearances last season for Tottenham and scored two goals.
The London club are chasing a new left back this summer which could pave the way for Rose to leave the club.
Hull City managed to sign Tom Huddlestone for around five million pounds last summer and signed Livermore on loan so are optimistic in completing the signings of Rose, Dawson and especially Livermore.
Tottenham Hotspur will be appointing a new manager in the near future which may have an effect on these potential deals.
Spurs would be wise to not let Danny Rose go with a lack of depth in the left back position.
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