Hull City’s squad in full after January transfer window as Liam Rosenior plans for the future

Liam Rosenior’s aim at the start of January was to trim down the size of his Hull City squad, move out some of his fringe players and supplement it with one or two players of quality.

As the dust settles on what has been a relatively quiet window for the Tigers, Rosenior has been able to bring in four new additions while getting those not in his plans out.

Barring any free transfer arrivals which at this stage is distinctly unlikely, City‘s squad is set in stone for the remaining 17 games of the season which get underway at the MKM Stadium this weekend against struggling Cardiff City.

Aaron Connolly, Malcolm Ebiowei, Karl Darlow, and Yuriel Celi have all come in, while Dogukan Sinik (loan), Tyler Smith (loan), Randell Williams, Andy Cannon, Brandon Fleming (loan), Billy Chadwick (loan) Josh Emmanuel and James Scott have moved on.

Here’s City’s first-team squad in full:


Matt Ingram

Karl Darlow

Thimothee Lo-Tutala


Callum Elder

Lewie Coyle

Jacob Greaves

Cyrus Christie

Sean McLoughlin

Alfie Jones

Tobias Figueiredo


Jean Michael Seri

Greg Docherty

Ryan Woods

Regan Slater

Adama Traore

Xavier Simons

Callum Jones

Ozan Tufan

Malcolm Eboiwei

Dimitrios Pelkas

Vaughn Covil (injured for the rest of the season)


Oscar Estupinan

Benjamin Tetteh

Aaron Connolly

Allahyar Sayyadmanesh

Ryan Longman