Hull City sign Huddlestone and Livermore from Tottenham

Steve Bruce's newly promoted outfit strengthen their squad by signing the duo from Spurs, with both players set to join their new team-mates in training on Thursday
Hull City have confirmed that they have signed Tom Huddlestone and Jake Livermore from Tottenham.

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Huddlestone has joined the Tigers on a three-year contract for an undisclosed fee, while Livermore arrives on a season-long loan.

The four-time England international had been tipped for a possible exit from White Hart Lane this summer and has now been brought in by the newly promoted side to bolster their midfield.

Financial details have not been released for the 26-year-old's permanent move but it is believed that the KC Stadium outfit have paid in the region of £5.25 million to acquire his services.

Twenty-three-year-old Livermore, who received his first cap for the Three Lions in an August 2012 friendly victory over Italy, has previously had loan spells with Peterborough, Ipswich Town, and Leeds United, amongst others.

The pair of fresh signings will link up with their new team-mates for the first time at Thursday's training session.