Hull closing in on McGregor

Allan McGregor's agent has confirmed that the Scotland goalkeeper is closing in on a switch to Premier League newcomers Hull City.

Last Updated: 16/06/13 at 13:01 Post Comment

Allan McGregor: The goalkeeper is wanted by Hull boss Steve Bruce

Allan McGregor: The goalkeeper is wanted by Hull boss Steve Bruce

The 31-year-old currently plies his trade for Besiktas after joining them on a free transfer from Rangers last summer.

However, he has failed to settle into life in Turkey and is seeking a return home, with Tigers boss Steve Bruce keen on landing the shot-stopper.

McGregor's agent Dave Baldwin said in The Sun: "Negotiations with Allan are progressing well and there are no major obstacles to a deal being done.

"Allan is keen to play in the Premier League and very keen to play under Steve Bruce, so now we just have to push the talks forward."

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