Stoke City keen to sign Hull City defender Josh Tymon?

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Stoke City reportedly show an interest in signing Hull City defender Josh Tymon, who is yet to sign a professional deal at the KCOM Stadium.

Hull City defender Josh Tymon has reportedly emerged as a transfer target for Stoke City.

The 18-year-old has already made 10 starts for the Tigers, but he is yet to sign a professional deal at the KCOM Stadium.

According to the Daily Mail, that could let in Stoke who are said to be keen on adding the teenager to their first-team squad.

After Hull's relegation to the Championship, the England Under-18 international will realistically have more opportunities for regular senior action with his current club, but it appears that he is yet to make a decision on his future.

Tymon played 325 minutes of Premier League football this season, while he also made five appearances as Hull reached the League Cup semi-finals.

If he opts to join Stoke, a fee will likely have to be decided by a tribunal.

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