Jordan Flores has agreed an 18-month deal with Hull City after passing a medical, Football Insider can exclusively reveal.
The 25-year-old is set to return to England after a two-year spell in Ireland with Dundalk.
A source at the KCOM Stadium has told Football Insider that Flores has passed a medical and agreed to sign an 18-month contract.
This site revealed yesterday that the midfielder was on the brink of a move to Grant McCann’s Hull City side after terms were agreed between club and player.
Flores scored twice in Dundalk’s Europa League campaign this season, registering a goal and an assist against Arsenal in October.
In the 2019/20 campaign he scored four goals in 16 appearances, with his wonder-strike against Shamrock Rovers earning him a nomination for the 2020 Puskas Award.
Flores rose up the ranks at Wigan Athletic and made his debut for the north-west side against Brentford in May 2015.
However, he only made 12 first-team appearances for the Latics before loan spells at Blackpool, Chesterfield, Fylde and Swedish side Ostersund.
In January 2019 he left the DW Stadium on a permanent basis and joined Dundalk on a two-year deal.
The Englishman has been coveted by a number of EFL clubs over the past 12 months with MK Dons and Burton Albion interested in signing him in the summer.
However, he is now set to join a Grant McCann side looking to bounce back to the Championship at the first time of asking.
Hull are currently second in League One after a 1-1 draw with Sunderland on Saturday night.
The Tigers face Fleetwood Town tonight before welcoming Blackpool to the KCOM Stadium on Saturday – a game in which Flores could make his debut.