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Jul 1, 2014

Hull in Thomas Ince talks

Thomas Ince is a free agent.

Thomas Ince is in talks with Hull about a move to the FA Cup finalists.

- LIVE: Transfer Talk

The former Blackpool winger, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Crystal Palace, was in talks with Inter Milan earlier in the summer.

But he said he wants to stay in the Premier League and has been impressed by Hull manager Steve Bruce's plans and summer signings.

He told Sky Sports News: "It's been positive. It is still ongoing. It is the first day of talks but it has gone well. We will see where it goes the next couple of days."

Bruce has already signed Tottenham midfielder Jake Livermore, who spent last season on loan at Hull, and Norwich winger Robert Snodgrass.

And Ince added: "They have brought in some good players. Snodgrass being the latest one, he had a fantastic year. Steve Bruce has been fantastic. It looks like they are going forward."

Ince only started five games for Palace but still attracted the attention of Inter, for whom his father, Paul, played between 1995 and 1997.

And the England u nder-21 international said: "Inter Milan is an unbelievable club. I felt at my age and this stage of my career I wanted to show what I could do in the Premier League. Further down the year in years to come, if that opportunity to play abroad comes, maybe I will do it."

As Ince, who scored 32 goals in 113 games for Blackpool, is under 24, the Seasiders will be due compensation from his next club, even though he is out of contract.

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