Wales boss Chris Coleman eager to talk to Hull Cityby Jack Kitson / 03 August 2016, 13:48Tweet
Chris Coleman is interested in speaking to Hull City, according to The Daily Mail. The Tigers have been frustrated in their attempt to talk to the Wales manager, with the Welsh FA rejecting an approach from the managerless Premier League club.
Hull have endured a fruitless search for Steve Bruce's replacement, and are understandably eager to make an appointment soon, with just over a week to go until they kick-off their campaign.
Hull have been hotly linked with Coleman (8/5), along with the out-of-work duo of Gianfranco Zola (5/4) and Roberto Martinez (12/1), while caretaker boss Mike Phelan (8/1) also remains in the frame.
Coleman's stock is currently at an all-time high after leading Wales through to the semi-finals of Euro 2016.
Prior to the tournament Coleman signed new two-year contract with Wales, and up until recently was charged with steering the country through to their first World Cup since 1958.
However, these plans have been hurled in the air after reports surfaced today (Wednesday) that Coleman is eager to talk to Hull.
Stay tuned - this one is likely to have a few more twists and turns!
I understand Wales boss Chris Coleman has indicated willingness to take Hull job & club are set to go back to FAW https://t.co/9sndXB8IED— Craig Hope (@CraigHope_DM) August 3, 2016