The Tigers have reportedly had an offer accepted for the Ireland international and Steve Bruce is hopeful that a deal can be concluded
The 20-year-old winger had been on a short-term loan deal with the Championship outfit and manager Steve Bruce is hopeful that a deal can be concluded in the coming days after the Red Devils reportedly accepted an offer from Hull City, believed to be in the region of £2 million.
"We're creeping along with Manchester United with regards to Robbie Brady," Bruce told the Hull Daily Mail. "Robbie's loan deal was up so he went back and now we're in advanced discussions."
He continued: "We hope we can get it tied up and fair play to the board again because they're doing their utmost to make it happen. For that I'm entirely grateful.
"I would hope for a bit of good news, possibly at the beginning of the week. That would be a huge addition because of how well he's done," concluded Bruce.
Brady arrived on loan at the KC Stadium in November and has scored one goal in 12 games for the Tigers.
Meanwhile, Hull are set to formally announce the transfer of David Meyler from Sunderland, after the 23-year-old completed a medical with the club.
The Tigers have agreed a fee of £1.5 million with the Black Cats for the services of the Ireland international.