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Tigers may have to get rid of several players to close down debt.

With the winter transfer window slamming shut on Monday, Hull City have one weekend to negotiate deals involving mass departures from the KC Stadium as, according to a report in the Daily Star, poor finances may ensure a complete overhaul of staff.

Every single one of Phil Brown's Tigers has allegedly been put up for sale in order for the relegation-threatened side to combat their £10 million debt, and trim their weighty £39m wage bill.

The club recently denied a move for canny winger Stephen Hunt, who was reportedly the subject of a £4m bid. Hunt is allegedly wanted by Wolverhampton Wanderers, yet Hull are holding out for a higher offer.

The report also infers that the club's financial situation is so dire that should the Tigers lose their relegation battle, then they may risk falling into administration if they fail to raise funds of £23m.


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