Can Hull City survive relegation with this Manchester United outcast and 2 other signings?
Fresh from securing their promotion to the Premier League in dramatic fashion on Saturday evening, Hull City and Steve Bruce’s attentions must turn to what changes they should make during the off-season in order to secure their survival in the top flight.
Each year, the Championship Play-off final appears to have a newly engorged monetary value associated with it, and this was no different, reportedly being worth a minimum of £170 million due to the Premier League television revenue and ensuing parachute payments should the club drop out of the big time.
It is an exceptionally exciting time for The Tigers’ fans, who; despite their ill-feeling towards the owner Assem Allam over ticket pricing and ongoing naming issues, should fill out the KC Stadium in their droves. With this fresh influx of guaranteed cash, a far greater variety in quality of player is now available to them, not necessarily suffering equivalent restrictions to the last time that they played in the Premier League.
Over the next few pages, we have detailed three signings that Steve Bruce should look to make over the coming months, each of which adding a crucial component to the squad in an area which Hull currently find themselves short. Furthermore, the potential starting eleven for 2016/17 is also included, which looks to have a distinct scent of Premier League survival about it.
Let us know your thoughts on the selection in the comments below, and leave any other ideal acquisitions that the victorious Steve Bruce should have his eyes on.
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