Blackpool winger Thomas Ince is expected to hold talks with Hull and Sunderland on Wednesday as he prepares to make a decision on his future.
The England Under-21 international has been
given permission by the Championship side
to discuss a loan move with Premier League clubs.
The 21-year-old met with Swansea City and Crystal Palace on Monday and held talks with Stoke City on Tuesday.
approaching the end of his contract
at Bloomfield Road.
Speaking after Tuesday's 1-0 Premier League defeat at Crystal Palace, Hull manager Steve Bruce insisted he was not planning a move for the former Liverpool youngster.
"There's nothing in that and we're not likely to do anything before Friday," Bruce told BBC Radio Humberside.
Ince began his career at Anfield, making one substitute appearance in the League Cup before joining Blackpool in August 2011.
He has scored 33 goals in 113 matches for the Seasiders and
was the subject of January interest
from the Reds last season, while he turned down a move to newly-promoted Cardiff in the summer for family reasons.
And he has not featured in either of Blackpool's two matches since his father, Paul, was
sacked as manager on 21 January.
Blackpool lost 5-1 at Reading
on Tuesday and are 15th in the Championship.