Hull City’s pursuit of Wales manager Chris Coleman has taken another turn ahead of the Premier League opener, according to the Daily Telegraph.
With the Tigers in a crisis state simply days before they kick of their return to the top flight following the departure of Steve Bruce, they have been linked with a move for the former Fulham coach.
Those on Humberside are said to have offered the 46-year old a stunning quadruple increase on his wages in order to move to the club before the game with English champions Leicester City.
However, following his exploits with the Welsh national side at Euro 2016, where he guided them to a sensational semi-final berth, the FWA are understandably keen to keep him.
He penned a new deal prior to the tournament, though is said to be open to discussing a move to the KCOM Stadium due to the lucrative offer tabled.