Hull City midfielder Sam Clucas is set to join Premier League rivals Swansea after their latest offer was accepted, as reported by ​Sky Sports.

Swansea have been looking to replace Gylfi Sigurdsson after the talismanic playmaker sealed a £45m move to Everton this month, and reportedly see the 26-year-old is an ideal replacement.

Clucas has also been targeted by Premier League rivals Burnley, who reportedly had a £10m offer for the former Leicester City youth player turned down.

Speculation linking Clucas with a summer move away from the KCOM Stadium has been rife, with the former Hereford United man not appearing in the Tigers' squad for their 2-1 defeat at the hands of Queens Park Rangers on Saturday.

Rumours persisted that Swansea were prepared to offer an improved bid closer to the Yorkshire-based club’s £20m valuation, and they now look to have gotten their man according to Sky Sports' official Twitter account.


The Lincoln-born star made 84 league appearances for Hull City since signing from Chesterfield in 2015 and now looks set to join Paul Clement’s on-going project at The Liberty Stadium.

Clucas’s current contract with Hull City runs until June 2019.