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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by TIGERSCAVE, Dec 4, 2016.
Another one left because of Ehab.
Same as the 'fax'?
Hull City fail in appeal to Fifa to sign £9m Yannis Salibur from Guingamp
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Hull City have failed in their attempt to sign French forward Yannis Salibur from Ligue 1 side Guingamp.
Hull agreed a reported £9m fee for the 26-year-old on deadline day but a delay in processing the paperwork meant the transfer did not go through in time.
The Tigers appealed to world governing body Fifa but have now confirmed their approach has been unsuccessful.
Hull had kept a space free on their 25-man Premier League squad list in the event the appeal went in their favour.
The Tigers nevertheless enjoyed a productive January transfer window, with head coach Marco Silva bringing in several new faces.
They included the permanent signing of Poland winger Kamil Grosicki and loan deals for Inter Milan defender Andrea Ranocchia and Villarreal midfielder Alfred N'Diaye.
Hull are 18th in the table - one point from safety - but have picked up seven points from a possible 12 since Silva took over on 5 January.
Just read the HDM article on interest from China in Abel, am I right in believing that the transfer window is still open in China for another 3 weeks , if its is ,then with the silly money being dished out by the Chinese and with Abel's agents interest in getting a big pay day for his client, is it still possible he could do one.
Would imagine it's unlikely whatever the situation with the window. He's currently out for up to 4 weeks.
Snodgrass was injured (allegedly) just before he left.
This belief we'll get crazy money for Hernandez is ignoring the re enter changes in regulations in China. They aren't going to spunk big money on someone of his calibre.
Anyone know what the score is with Ter Horst? He's back playing for the kids & scored 2 in a 2-6 win v South Cave today.
From over on AN:
If there's any truth in that then it's just reduced the already slim chances of Marco staying after his initial six month contract.
Has there ever been a more stupid **** in football that Ehaw?!
Well he made absolutely sure it was so incorrect that the English and French FA's were happy for it to go through.
That said, doesn't say much about our FA.
What a stupid theory. If Ehab didn't want to sign Salibur he could have just said no to signing the player. Why go to the risk of not only putting the bid in, agreeing terms, sending paperwork, and then appealing the transfer after it was blocked?
Another defender we were after, Zanka. Never heard of him myself and don't know how much 52.5 million Kroner is in pounds.. http://mobil.bold.dk/fodbold/nyheder/avis-hull-boed-525-mio-kr-paa-zanka/
About £6m I think
Somebody put this the other day, it's Mathias Jorgensen, would've been a decent signing.
Southampton have signed former Juventus defender Martin Caceres on a deal until the end of the season
Beijing Guoan have offered £15m for Abel but we want £20m
Wouldn't surprise me if he left before their deadline on 28th Feb
Every club worldwide should operate to the same transfer deadline days set out by FIFA? If we sell Abel to China we can't replace him, unless it's a freebie without a club. Seems a totally **** rule to me.
Can you imagine if we get Salibur in the summer to play on the right with the fully fit Odubajo?