According to Sky Sports former Leicester City striker Matty Fryatt is attracting interest from four of the Championship's biggest sides, including Leeds United and Nottingham Forest, and promotion chasers from the division below.
Fryatt, 27, has found first team chances in East Yorkshire hard to come by after making only five Premier League appearances this season.
Despite the lack of game time for Hull, Fryatt made a huge impact when on loan at Sheffield Wednesday earlier this season, scoring 4 goals in 9 Championship appearances.
The promising spell at Hillsborough has caused Sheffield Wednesday throw their name in the hat along with three potential promotion candidates and a League One title contender.
Nottingham Forest are currently the highest placed side reportedly in for the striker and a move to the City Ground ground could be a lucrative one for the player, in a deal that would suit both parties.
Along with Forest, Leeds United are another side that could table an attractive offer for the player, after adding quality wide midfield players already this window.
Despite only appearing in 18 league games in the past two seasons, it doesn't seem to have halted interest in the striker.
Where Fryatt will end up is still unknown, however, it's inevitable he will be on the move after Hull's recent heavy investment in the attacking department.
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