Hull City are understood to be close to signing Arsenal's Isaac Hayden on loan.
The 20-year-old defender made his debut for the Gunners in 2013 in a League Cup game against West Brom and has represented England at youth levels.
As expected Hull City have today sold both defender James Chester to West Brom and Robbie Brady to Norwich.
Brady didn't travel with the team to their pre-season training camp in Austria, but our sports reporter Chris Dawkes did.
He has been speaking to manager Steve Bruce about his plans for the coming season after the club were relegated from the Premier League in May:
DEPARTURE: We can confirm that Robbie Brady has completed his move to @norwichcityfc for an undisclosed fee
DEPARTURE: We would like to place on record our thanks to Robbie for his service and wish him well for the future
James Chester has completed his transfer from Hull City to West Brom for an undisclosed fee.
DEPARTURE: James Chester’s time with the Club has come to an end following the completion of his transfer to @wbafcofficial
DEPARTURE: Chester, who made 171 appearances as a @hullcity player, has joined the Baggies for an undisclosed fee
With just two weeks to go until the start of the season Hull City have been on a preseason tour of Austria.
Their training base is the picturesque town of Leogang, 100 kilometres south west of Salzburg. A city made famous by a certain 1960's musical.
Chris Dawkes reports:
Hull City defender James Chester looks set to join West Bromwich Albion for a fee in the region of £8million.
The 26-year-old reportedly flew home from Hull's pre-season tour in Austria on Tuesday to open talks with the Baggies.
Chester, who has played 156 league games for Hull, has one year left on his existing deal.
Hull City played out a goalless draw with German side Hannover on their tour of Austria.
Despite a lack of goals, a stunning Alan McGregor save and the jubilant holiday atmosphere kept fans entertained while Tigers boss Steve Bruce said it was a good result for the team.
Chris Dawkes reports:
Hull City have confirmed the singings of Ryan Taylor and Sam Clucas.
Free agent Taylor has joined the relegated club on a one-year deal while Clucas signed from Chesterfield for three years.
Hull City are in action this evening against German side Hannover in Austria and could be joined on their pre-season camp tomorrow by Chesterfield's Sam Clucas.
Steve Bruce has exclusively told Calendar that a deal has been agreed to sign the 24 year old winger for around 1 million pounds. Bruce and his players flew out to Austria yesterday afternoon and had their first training session at their base in Leogang, 75 kilometres outside Salzburg, last night.
As well as revealing the Clucas deal Steve Bruce talked about trialists Wilson Palacios and Ryan Taylor. Bruce worked with them both at Wigan.
It is less than three weeks until the new football season and many clubs are in Europe, readying their players for the challenge ahead.
Hull City are among those who have chosen the Austrian mountains as their pre-season training camp, and have invited Calendar along with them.
Chris Dawkes reports from Salzburg: