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Hull have ramped up their recruitment just over 24 hours from the transfer deadline

The club are racking up the signings with more still to come but Jeff Hendrick may end up elsewhere now.

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THEY WERE IN desperate need of new players but Hull City have embraced the frantic nature heading towards deadline day and are picking up additions left, right and centre.

With just over 24 hours until the window closes, the club have confirmed three additions to their squad, with more tipped to be on the way.

Goalkeeper David Marshall has arrived from Cardiff, striker Will Keane has been signed from Manchester United while the Tigers have broken their transfer record to bring in Tottenham midfielder Ryan Mason.

The club decided against revealing the exact figure involved in the Mason capture though it’s believed to be in the region of £10 million. Sunderland had been in the hunt for his signature but the 25-year-old preferred a switch to Hull.

He’ll reunite with quite a number of his former team-mates including Tom Huddlestone, Jake Livermore and Michael Dawson.

There’s still no official word on Jeff Hendrick but the arrival of a record-breaking central midfielder to Hull could mean the Irish international may be heading elsewhere this evening.

Burnley were very keen but the Derby player was reportedly more keen on heading to the KCOM Stadium.

The transfer window shuts at 11.30pm tomorrow night.

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