West Bromwich Albion are interested in signing Hull City midfielder Tom Huddlestone this summer, according to The Sun.
The Baggies are expected to bring a number of new faces to the Hawthorns over upcoming months, with manager Tony Pulis desperate for strength in depth.
West Brom will need a new central midfielder, with Darren Fletcher leaving the Baggies after his contract expired to join Premier League rivals Stoke City.
Huddlestone is facing the prospect of playing his football in the Championship next season after Hull’s relegation but is one of the Tigers players that will surely attract interest from top-flight suitors.
The former Tottenham Hotspur man has played alongside current West Brom midfielder Jake Livermore for both Spurs and at the KCOM Stadium, with potential there for a third reunion between the midfielders.
Huddlestone would offer West Brom versatility, an excellent range of passing and plenty of Premier League experience, as the Baggies look to progress after a strong 2016-17 season.