Marco Silva yet to decide Hull City future after relegation

• Manager Silva signed a six-month deal in January with an option to stay
• Portuguese criticises club’s pre-season arrangements last summer

Marco Silva declined to commit his future to Hull City and intends to meet the club’s owners this week for talks after a heavy defeat at Crystal Palace condemned his team to relegation back to the Championship after one chaotic year among the elite.

Silva is understood to have signed a six-month deal in January, with an option he could trigger to extend his stay by a further 12 months, and may now opt to pursue his career elsewhere. He will meet with members of the board before Sunday’s visit of Tottenham Hotspur to the Kcom Stadium and will elaborate upon the reasons for the team’s demotion back to the second tier before seeing “what is best first for the future of the club, and also for my career as well”.

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