Manchester City are keeping tabs on the tallest outfield footballer in Britain,Solihull Moors’ 6ft 9ins striker Kyle Hudlin
Championship clubs Middlesbrough and Cardiff also sent representatives to watch the 21-year-old in action.
The report goes on to claim how City have been video-scouting Hudlin before deciding watch him up close and in person at Damson Park at the weekend.
And according to The Athletic, City sent scouts to watch the striker in action on Saturday, when Moors took on Notts County in a pre-season friendly.
Hudlin came on to make a 20-minute cameo in the second half, with the game ending in a 2-2 draw.
The forward scored nine goals in 34 National League appearances for Moors last season after taking a giant step up from Solihull United.
Solihull United are currently in the seventh tier of non-League football while Moors are at the top.
And while his goal return is nothing to be scoffed at, Hudlin did walk away with the club’s Young Player of the Year and Goal of the Year awards last season.
The Athletic are claiming that City are interested in bringing a homegrown striker who they send out on loan and develop.
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