Date: 25th May 2017 at 11:13am
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Marco Silva has reportedly made a decision about his Hull future with the Hull boss set to ‘trigger his release clause’ and leave City with ‘immediate effect’, according to Sky Sports.

Wanted to spearhead our Championship bid next season, Sky sources claim talks with chairman Ehab Allam have failed to convince Silva – along with the fans’ pleas during the Tottenham thrashing – to remain at the KCOM Stadium following Premier League relegation.

It had already been reported this week Silva had held talks with Portuguese giants Porto, who parted with Nuno Espirito Santo on Monday. However, nothing had been confirmed or denied.

As many as four Premier League clubs are said to be interested in former Sporting Lisbon and Olympiakos boss Silva, 39, including Watford and Crystal Palace, both looking for a new boss following the exits of Walter Mazzarri and Sam Allardyce, respectively.

Sky Sports’ understanding of Silva’s decision to leave probably wouldn’t surprise too many and most would have hoped he stayed at the KCOM Stadium but few are likely to have actually believed he actually would… now we await official word.

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