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01/09/2017 at 17:18

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NEWS: One more added to final transfer window summary

Just one final addition was made to Hull City's squad ahead of the transfer window closing on Thursday night - with no further departures - and coming in, was another Chelsea starlet on a season long loan deal. England U21 international defender Fikayo Tomori has joined Hull City and became manager Leonid Slutsky's twelfth signing of the summer, as the Russian continues to shape the squad for a tilt at promotion from the Championship. 

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Transfer summary - Hull City



Of the business done, 9 players become permanent signings with a reported £12.7m being spent on:

Ondrej Mazuch - Sparta Prague - £1,700,000 - 01 Jul, 2017
Fraizer Campbell - Crystal Palace - Free - 20 Jul, 2017
Kevin Stewart - Liverpool - £8,000,000 - 21 Jul, 2017
Callum Burton - Shrewsbury Town - Undisc. - 26 Jul, 2017
Sebastian Larsson - Sunderland - Free - 09 Aug, 2017
Stephen Kingsley - Swansea City - Undisc. - 23 Aug, 2017
Jon-Miquel Toral - Arsenal - £3,000,000 - 24 Aug, 2017
Nouha Dicko - Wolves - Undisc. - 29 Aug, 2017
Jackson Irvine - Burton - Undisc. - 30 Aug, 2017

In addition, Hull City have secured three season long loan signings from Chelsea that include:

Ola Aina
Michael Hector
Fikayo Tomori

Of the squad members to depart the club over the summer, 9 players have left for new clubs, for a combined total of £45m

Harry Maguire - Leicester City - £17,000,000 - 01 Jul 2017
Curtis Davies - Derby County - £500,000 - 01 July 2017
Johan ter Horst- Maidstone - Free - 01 Jul, 2017
Ahmed Elmohamady- Aston Villa - £1,000,000 - 01 Jul, 2017
Josh Tymon - Stoke City - Undisc. - 05 Jul, 2017
Tom Huddlestone - Derby County - £2,000,000 - 15 Jul, 2017
Eldin Jakupovic - Leicester City - Undisc. - 19 Jul, 2017
Andrew Robertson - Liverpool - £8,000,000 - 21 Jul, 2017
Sam Clucas - Swansea City - £16,500,000 - 23 Aug, 2017

In summary, the squad has seen a net gain of three players (loans included), in comparison to those sold by the club. This does not include the players released at the end of last season when their contracts ran out or loanees. Hull City made a net gain of £32.3m from the summer transfer window business.  

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