Hull City’s relegation from the Premier League has seen clubs circling around the KCom Stadium to sign some of their best players this season, and one such player is centre-half Harry Maguire.
The defender is one of the reasons Hull City almost escaped relegation this season, and his performances have attracted the interest of Tottenham and Everton.
The defender who had earlier said he would only discuss his future when Hull City’s season status has been confirmed, is now set to move after the Tiger’s relegation from the Premier League.
The defender will certainly move this summer, but where he would move to is a major decision for him to make.
Tottenham can offer him Champions League football for next season, but they already have an established back two pairing of Jan Vertoghen, and Toby Alderweireld, so his chances of making appearances would be limited.
He has a better chance of playing regularly at Everton, however, the Toffees would join the Europa League in third qualifying round.
At the age of 24 it would be wise for him to choose a team that would offer him first team opportunities.