Hull City barely managed to avoid the bottom relegation zone of the Premier League in the previous season with 4 points being the difference which kept them alive in the English league at the 16th spot.
In order to remain fighting for another season in the Premier League, the head coach of the club Steve Bruce has managed on reinforcing his squad by signing Jake Livermore, Robert Snodgrass and Tom Ince but there still are a few more players that the English tactician wants to sign.
Steve Bruce is hoping that he can strengthen the defensive department of his squad by signing Andy Robertson from Dundee United and Michael Dawson from Tottenham. Joleon Lescott was another summer target of Bruce but unfortunately for Hull City, the player decided to join West Bromwich.
Steve Bruce is attempting to be proactive in this summer transfer window and try to sign all of the players of his wish-list as soon as possible as he wants to prepare his squad before their early start to the season which will see them playing in the Europa League.
Nicklas Bendtner is another player who has recently been linked with a move to Hull City as the former Arsenal man is currently a free agent after making 106 league appearances for the Premier League club, his contract expired and now reports are linking the Danish attacker with Hull City although this one seems to be far-fetched as Steve Bruce already has Shane Long, Nikica Jelavic and Yannick Sago at his disposal at the attacking department of the club and Bruce is focusing mostly on the defensive section of his squad.