TOM Ince has arrived at Hull City as he moves closer to joining the Tigers, says the Hull Daily Mail. City hope to make the 22-year-old their third major signing of the summer following his release from Blackpool and detailed negotiations are now underway. The Tigers have been in regular contact with Ince over the past week and his presence in the region would suggest a concluded deal is not far away. The collapse of Ince's proposed move to Inter Milan earlier in the summer ensures City are not yet celebrating but all indications are said to be positive. Ince formally became a free agent today after his deal at Championship club Blackpool expired but the Tigers would still need to pay a transfer fee for a player under the age of 24. That could either be agreed with the Seasiders or set by a tribunal. City have already spent £15m on Jake Livermore and Robert Snodgrass in the last week and want Ince to join a bolstered squad in time for pre-season training in seven days' time.
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