As Huddersfield prepare for their first season in the Premier League, they have taken many by surprise with just how active they have been in the transfer market up to now.
The Terriers have smashed their transfer record three times in the last few weeks, and they have no signed eight new players at the time of penning this article.
Their new signings have got the Huddersfield fans here in the Tavern seriously excited, and there is a genuine belief growing that they can actually pull off a miracle and survive in the top flight this season.
Manager David Wagner has shown he is not afraid to raid the Championship for talent, as his capture of Tom Ince shows, and our landlord thinks that they should continue to look to the second tier, and sign highly rated striker Jordan Hugill.
The Preston man has built a reputation for himself as one of the better strikers outside of the top flight, and there is bound to be plenty of interest in the 25-year-old this summer.
Blessed with decent pace and excellent finishing ability, Hugill looks to have all the makings of a top striker, and he is certainly someone who could flourish under the right manager in the Premier League.
Preston’s star man is adored at Deepdale, but with the type of money Huddersfield are throwing about, the Lilywhites could be hard pushed to turn down a decent offer for Hugill, and a move to Huddersfield might just be the ideal next step in his young career.