Hull City and Derby County are both keen to sign Tottenham outcast DeAndre Yedlin.
That’s according to the Daily Mail, who report that the right-back wants to kickstart his career after spending last season on loan at Sunderland.
Playing 25 times and keeping the Black Cats up has evidently given the American a taste for regular football, which he should be able to achieve at either of the interested clubs.
Hull need to sign players quickly as they have just 13 first teamers available, although that didn’t stop them beating champions Leicester on the opening day of the season.
Derby may find it harder to tempt the USA international, as they continue to be frustrated in their quest for promotion, in fact losing out to Hull in the most recent playoffs.
Spurs are thought to be asking for £3.5million for DeYedlin, who is behind Kyle Walker and Kieron Trippier in the pecking order.