Tigers make Zamora bid
Published : 10 Jul 2009 08:13:21Rss feed
Phil Brown has confirmed Hull City have made a 'firm and substantial' bid for Fulham striker Bobby Zamora. Tigers chairman Paul Duffen revealed the club's interest in Zamora earlier this week and the Premier League side have now followed that up with an offer. Duffen suggested that Fulham would be willing to sell the 29-year-old, who scored twice in 35 Premier League appearances last season, once a replacement is secured. Hull have also agreed a fee for Manchester United striker Fraizer Campbell and Brown confirmed he currently has bids in for four players. "We've been active with regards to Fulham," the Tigers boss told the Hull Daily Mail. "There is a firm and substantial bid on the table for Bobby Zamora. "I'm waiting to hear from my chairman for the next step. "There are substantial bids on the table for four players, one being Fraizer Campbell and the other being Bobby Zamora." Pitching highBrown has already missed out on the likes of Michael Owen and Marc-Antoine Fortune, but insists he is not worried about failing to land his targets. He added: "There are a number of players out there that we want to bring to this football club. "We're pitching it high this year rather than being content with staying in the division like last season. "Hopefully the players that come through the door will reflect that. "There are a number of deals ongoing, but am I anxious or nervous that people have not arrived yet, no I'm not. "There's a lot of hard work going on in the background and it's constant effort going in to getting stronger individuals to improve the team."