Hull City release Robert Koren, Abdoulaye Faye

Hull's Robert Koren controls the ball against Chelsea on August 18, 2013
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Hull City announce that Robert Koren and Abdoulaye Faye will leave the club after not being offered new contracts.

Hull City have announced that Robert Koren and Abdoulaye Faye will leave the KC Stadium after the club opted against offering the duo new contracts.

Koren will leave the Premier League outfit following four years' service, while Faye has not been given fresh terms after a two-year stint with the Tigers.

A statement on the club's official website said: "The club would like to thank those players released for their services, whilst also wishing them every success for the future."

Meanwhile, Hull are currently in contract talks with Matty Fryatt, Eldin Jakupovic and Joe Dudgeon, while goalkeeper Steve Harper's contract has been extended for a further year.

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