Hull City have made a bid of around £1million pounds for the Oxford forward Marvin Johnson, according to the Daily Mail.
Hull got relegated last season, despite putting up an impressive battle, and now they seek to return back to the glamour of Premier league immediately under new manager Lenoid Slutsky.
However, doing so will be challenging for The Tigers after suffering a tough summer which saw them lose key players like Tom Huddlestone, Harry Maguire and Andrew Robertson.
Hull have looked to bolster their attack, which scored only 37 goals last season in the Premier League, this summer. They will now hope Johnson will bring in the goals that they could not get last term and propel the club towards promotion.
Although, Hull’s main problem last season had been their defence after conceding 80 goals in total, the Tigers have decided to spend more on attacking position rather than to reinforce their weak backline.
Hull will probably have a difficult time getting into the Premier League with their current crop of players and a top half Championship finish looks like a more realistic target.