Hull City have failed to conclude their bid to sign Guingamp midfielder Yannis Salibur, it was confirmed by the Premier league club.
The Tigers left a space in their 25-man squad list submitted to the Premier League for the remainder of the season hoping that FIFA will accept their appeal over the suggestions that the paperwork for a £9 million move was not submitted in time during the transfer window Deadline Day.
However, the world football’s governing body rejected Hull’s appeal thus putting their hopes of wrapping a deal for the Guingamp player to bed.
The 26-year-old French midfielder joined Giungamp in 2015 and has so far made 53 Ligue 1 appearances, scoring 11 goals in the process.
He began his professional career at Lille, whereas he also played for Boulogne and Clermont.
Hull City was rather active during the January transfer window boosting their ranks with the likes of Liverpool winger Lazar Markovic and Inter defender Andrea Ranocchia.
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