Experienced defender Curtis Davies is officially a free agent after his contract with English Championship outfit Derby County expired at the end of last month.


Curtis Davies has not been offered a new Derby County contract till date meaning that he’s free to sign for a new team. He missed the majority of last season at Derby County due to injury as the Rams struggled to retain their English Championship status. In the end, Derby County confirmed their stay in the Championship for at least one more season after a dramatic 3-3 draw at home to Sheffield Wednesday.

Hull City are back in the English Championship in the new season after spending last season in League One and they have been linked with a move for Curtis Davies. The experienced centre back captained Hull City before leaving the club for Derby County. The news to re-sign Curtis Davies was revealed by Hull Live.

In a recent interview, Curtis Davies revealed his love for Hull City as he talked about the transfer rumours linking him with a move back to the club he represented for four years between 2013 and 2017. He was a popular player during his time at the club. Davies is keen to return to East Yorkshire to play for Grant McCann’s side. Hull City manager Grant McCann led the club back to the English Championship after winning the League One title.

Curtis Davies began his career at Luton Town and he represented the club 62 times before leaving Kenilworth Road for spells at midland clubs West Brom and Aston Villa. He went on to play for another midland club in Birmingham City whom he represented 100 times. Davies left Birmingham City to join Hull City in 2013. He scored for the Tigers in the FA Cup final one year later as Arsenal came from two goals down to beat Hull City 3-2 in the 2014 FA Cup final thus ending their nine-year trophy drought with the FA Cup title.