Curtis Davies is out of the reach of Bournemouth

For the past few months, Bournemouth has shown interest in signing Curtis Davies of Hull City but unfortunately for the Premier League club, they aren’t going to be able to sign the 30 year old defender as he is fully involved with Hull City and he is even ready to sign a contract extension with his current team.

Curtis Davies is one of the standout players not only of Hull City but also of the entire English Championship League as the veteran defender is constantly helping out his team in winning games and the work that he makes in every single match has not gone unnoticed.

The English defender has a contract with Hull City which expires in the summer only in a few months’ time but the player himself has stated that he will accept a contract extension with the club if he gets assurance of consistently making it into the first team and this is what Curtis Davies has been doing non-stop.

Davies is undisputedly one of the more important players in the team of the manager Steve Bruce and there is no reason at all for him to be dropped as he has been playing amazing and has played a huge role in the recent success of Hull City as they are currently located at the top spots of the English League Championship.

“My contract is up in the summer and, right now, I am playing for my future. We are in talks over a new deal but, if the effort is not here to keep me, then I shall have to move on.

I’ll be 31 at the end of the season, and I need to be playing games. I would be happy to sign on again here because I’ve been at Hull for three years and really enjoyed it.’’ Hull City’s Curtis Davies said as he voiced his desire to remain with his current team and extend his stay beyond what his contract has stipulated.