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USA international Freddy Adu has revealed he is considering a switch to Hull City.
Adu is currently on loan at Portuguese side Belenenses from Benfica but is mulling over his next move as he looks to fulfil the potential that saw him hailed as a future superstar at the age of 14.
Still only 20, Adu recognises that it is important to play regularly to ensure he keeps improving.
And he claims to have the chance to join either Greek outfit Aris or Hull, where he would link up with American compatriot Jozy Altidore.
"I have some tough decisions to make," Adu said on his Twitter page.
"I have a pretty good idea what to do because it's about playing time and my development.
"Hull or Aris. Man decisions."
While Adu is thinking over a move to the KC Stadium, there has been speculation that Steven Mouyokolo could be set to leave the club.
The French defender has had limited opportunities to impress since signing from Boulogne over the summer.
However, he has stressed that he is enjoying life with the Tigers and is ready to fight for a more regular spot.
"English football is good, it is the best league in the world with stronger strikers. Everyone would enjoy playing in this league," he said.
"You have to be very strong, there is a lot of contact and a lot of tackles, it is a fight.
"I have to give my best in training and wait for something good. I am a young defender and all I need to do is work.
"I never read the press, never. I don't watch TV either. I am happy to stay here."
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