Aaron Lennon in talks with Hull over Tottenham loan move - sources

Hull City are in talks with Tottenham Hotspur over a possible loan deal for Aaron Lennon, sources have told ESPNFC.

Talks are set to continue between both clubs over the weekend as Hull look to try and finalise the loan move before the transfer window slams shut on Monday.

Hull boss Steve Bruce is desperate to bring in some new faces and as revealed by ESPN FC the club have agreed a fee with Lokomotiv Moscow striker Dame N'Doye.

Lennon's future at Tottenham has been the subject of speculation all month with the likes of Real Sociedad, Stoke, Everton and West Brom all credited with an interest in the England international.

The 27-year-old has found his first-team chances limited this season under Mauricio Pochettino and the Argentine coach has refused to rule out a move away from White Hart Lane for the winger.

Lennon, who joined Tottenham from Leeds in 2005, is currently the club's longest serving player, but it appears he does not figure in the long-term plans of the new manager.

Bruce is keen to add to his attacking options and he sees Lennon as someone who will help provide the ammunition for his strikers with Hull among the lowest scorers in the Premier League.

If Lennon makes the move to the Hull City he will link up with former teammates Michael Dawson, Tom Huddlestone and Jake Livermore at the KC Stadium.