Marc Pugh has not made any appearances in the Premier League for Bournemouth this season but he could be a boost for Hull City in the Championship game.
The skillful winger has netted 45 goals and 274 appearances for the Cherries but has only played three times this season and, according to Sky Sports, he’s set to join the Championship side Hull City on a loan.
The Tigers are delivering an impressive game lately from been on relegation board to taking on the unexpected challenge after winning seven of their last nine League games.
Goals have been shared between the likes of Jarrod Bown, Kamil Grosicki and Evandro for Hull so far and the addition of Pugh stands to boost Nigel Adkins free-scoring side even more.
The 31-year-old was a key figure as Bournemouth qualified for a move to Premier League during the 2014/15 season, netted nine goals and went ahead to secure five more in the second tier.
Thus, a quality Championship player like Pugh would be a smart addition for Hull, especially in a short-term loan deal considering the club’s lack of funds.
Bournemouth appears would let Pugh face the exit door at Dean Court having failed to hand the player a regular playing time in the Premier League all through the season.