Watch out England. There are reports in The Mail tonight that Hull City are very interested in making a move for out-of-sorts West Brom striker Peter Odemwingie, so don’t be too surprised if you see the Nigerian jumping into his land rover and heading up the motorway to Kingston-Upon-Hull.
Jokes aside, Odemwingie is a gifted striker as we saw last season. If Steve Bruce can get Odemwingie’s head on straight and if Odemwingie can get sharp over the summer, it could be a good signing for Hull City. But note that Sky Sports is reporting tonight too that Odemwingie won’t be sold for a bargain, so it’ll come at a price for Hull.
Here are tonight’s Premier League news headlines:
- Hull City manager Steve Bruce is ready to make move for Peter Odemwingie — The Telegraph
- Radamel Falcao has reiterated his commitment to Atletico Madrid — Sky Sports
- West Brom are lining up a move for Franco Di Santo — The Mail
- Sascha Riether has joined Fulham on a permanent transfer — Sky Sports
- Juan Mata wins two Player of the Year awards at Chelsea — Chelsea FC
- Patrick Vieira becomes head of the elite development squad at Manchester City — BBC Sport
- 11-year-old Liverpool fan picks up the Europa League trophy with Chelsea — The Independent
- Crystal Palace cheerleaders have been banned from the play-off final — The Mail
- Ferguson will be given guard of honour by West Bromwich Albion during last match — Telegraph
- Paul Lambert has warned the club’s fans not to expect any major signings in the summer — BBC Sport
- Arsene Wenger again affirms commitment to Arsenal — The Independent
- Electronic Arts is no longer developing games for Nintendo’s Wii U — The Verge
- FA could ban players for life if they are involved in racist offences — Telegraph
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