Hull City move on second midfielder in 24 hours as George Moncur joins Leyton Orient
Moncur is the second midfielder to leave in 24 hours, after George Honeyman joined Millwall for a small fee.
Hull agreed to release Moncur from his contract, allow Richie Wellens' Os to sign him.
With Richie Smallwood joining Bradford City this month, Hull's engine room will have a very different look next season. Adama Traore and Ozan Tufan are in East Yorkshire to complete transfers - the former a free, the latter expected to cost around £4m from Fenerbahce - although it now looks as if Jean Michael Seri, released after helping Fulham to the Championship title, will turn down the offer on the table from the Tigers.
Former Barnsley player Moncur's departure comes as little surprise after only seven Championship starts last season, when he was hampered by injuries.
An 80th-minute substitute's appearance against Fulham was the only football he played under Shota Arveladze, who took over as coach in January.