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Championship trio eye Stewart

Ipswich Town, Blackpool and Charlton Athletic have all made moves for Hull City winger Cameron Stewart, Sky Sports understands.

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Cameron Stewart: Future set to be decided by the end of the week after attractin

Cameron Stewart: Future set to be decided by the end of the week after attractin

Stewart is in the final year of his contract with the Tigers and spent time out on loan with Burnley and Blackburn Rovers last season.

Hull boss Steve Bruce has previously stated that he would be prepared to let the 22-year-old leave, and it is now understood that Blackpool, Charlton and Ipswich are in the running for his signature.

The Championship trio are all thought to have expressed an interest in signing Stewart and a decision on where he will go is expected to be made over the weekend.

Stewart joined Hull from Manchester United in 2011, having previously had a spell on loan at the KC Stadium.

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