Three reasons Leeds should move for Hull striker Abel Hernandez in January
According to reports in the Hull Daily Mail, Hull City are planning to open contract talks with the injured Abel Hernandez in order to extend his stay at the KCOM Stadium.
The 27-year-old striker’s current deal is due to expire in the summer, and despite the fact that the Uruguayan has been missing since August with an Achilles injury the Championship side want him to commit his future to the east Yorkshire outfit.
However, the fact that he was expected to leave during the summer transfer window prior to his injury would suggest that perhaps the Uruguayan would be unwilling to do that, while he would also be able to agree a pre-contract agreement with an overseas club in the New Year.
Similarly to Hull, Leeds United are aiming to win promotion to the Premier League this season following a positive start to the campaign, and boss Thomas Christiansen could look to boost his squad in January to boost their push.
Here are three reasons the Whites should move for Tigers striker Hernandez in the upcoming transfer window…