A number of League One and Two clubs are looking to land the Antigua and Barbuda international
A host of League One and Two clubs are looking to take Hull City winger Calaum Jahraldo-Martin on loan this week, HITC Sport understands.
With the transfer loan window in the Football League closing on Thursday, a host of clubs are looking to land some players ahead of the busy Christmas period.
22-year-old Jahraldo-Martin has been on the fringes of Hull’s first-team this season, having been involved in three games, but coming on just once.
Now Hull boss Steve Bruce is happy for the former non-league starlet to gain further first-team experience, having had spells with Tranmere Rovers and Alloa Athletic last term.
HITC Sport understands the likes of Port Vale, Gillingham and Leyton Orient are amongst the clubs keen on landing him.
Jahraldo-Martin moved to the KC Stadium in 2013 from Dulwich Hamlet. He is also a full international with Caribbean nation Antigua and Barbuda.
Hull are currently perched at the top of the Championship table and will get the opportunity to cement that standing when they take on fellow promotion hopefuls Derby County on Friday.