Anderson open to Hull return
By Mark Buckingham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Paul Anderson admits he will happily return to Hull if he fails to make it at Liverpool.Paul Anderson admits he will happily return to Hull City if he fails to make the grade at Liverpool.
The teenage winger has agreed a deal to join the European champions in January, with John Welsh (pictured) moving permanently in the opposite direction.
Hull were loath to lose Anderson but were able to negotiate a deal which would enable loan ace Welsh to stay at The KC Stadium on a permanent basis.
Anderson is to sign a two-year contract with The Reds after impressing Rafa Benitez during a trial in September.
He has yet to make his professional debut and is aware it will be an arduous task to make a name for himself at Anfield.
The 17-year-old is champing at the bit to link up with Liverpool but has kept the door open for a return to Hull if the move goes pear-shaped.
"The challenge at Liverpool is going to be huge and I really have to push myself because I might never get another chance," Anderson told the Hull Daily Mail.
"The trial I had there in September definitely gave me a taste for it.
"I have always loved it at Hull City and it was a wrench having to leave but I would happily come back if it all went wrong over there."