HULL CITY bidder Greater China Professional Services Limited have today confirmed their £130m offer to buy the club as part of a ‘non-exclusive’ agreement.
Several other deals remain on the table which are being considered by the Allam family, with GCPSL being assisted by former City chairman and Hull FC owner Adam Pearson.
A press conference clarifying the Hong-Kong based firms takeover position was held today.
Consortium’s head Ip Kwok Kwong announced that the group had no exclusivity with City rather a memorandum of understanding (MOU), but did reiterate an interest in buying the Premier League club.
Meanwhile, Tigers winger Robert Snodgrass has been named in Scotland’s squad to face England a week on Friday - despite currently being injured.
The surprise development comes just a week and a half after the influential midfielder injured ankle ligaments in the Premier League defeat to Stoke City on October 22 - and was expected to be out of action for up to a month.
The 29-year-old left the KCOM Stadium in a protective boot and on crutches after the Tigers’ 2-0 loss.
David Marshall has also been named in the Scotland squad alongside Sheffield Wednesday duo Barry Bannan and Steven Fletcher.
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