Hull’s director of rugby Shaun McRae has revealed that the club have offered Jordan Turner a new and improved contract
Turner, is in the final year of his current three-year deal and Hull are determined to retain his services.
The 23-year-old, who used to play for the Salford City Reds, has impressed during his stint at Hull, scoring 30 tries in 55 games.
It is rumoured that St Helens are eager to sign Turner but McRae wants him to commit his future to the black and Whites.
“We have made a substantially increased offer to Jordan as reward for his good form,” McRae told the Hull Daily Mail.
“The ball is in his court, we’ve made a very good offer and it is now up to Jordan what he wants to do.
“If there is more than one choice it becomes confusing and I expect there is interest in Jordan.
“We can’t do any more than offer the deal that’s on the table and hopefully Jordan will take that.
“I hear the rumours like everyone else, but there is nothing we can do about that.
“We rate Jordan very highly and our offer shows that. Hopefully he’ll accept it but there is no current timeframe and we are putting no pressure on him,” he added.