READING FC winger Mo Barrow is a major transfer target for two clubs.

Nigel Adkins’ Hull City are believed to have tabled a bid for the 26-year-old Gambia international.

Bursaspor are also showing a strong interest ahead of tomorrow’s 11pm transfer window.

The Turkish top-flighters are said to be keen on signing Barrow on loan for the rest of the season followed by a £2m permanent move in the summer.

Barrow played the full 90 minutes in last night’s 1-1 draw at Bolton Wanderers when Royals conceded a last-gasp equaliser to leave them stuck in the Championship relegation zone.

It is thought boss Jose Gomes - who has been linked with Benfica and ex-QPR midfielder Adel Taarabt - is not looking to off-load the former Swansea City midfielder.

However, the sale of defender Tiago Ilori to Sporting Lisbon yesterday for around £2.2m suggests Reading are open to offers for most of their players.

Midfielder Liam Kelly is being linked with a move to Serie A outfit Udinese. The 23-year-old midfielder has dropped down the pecking order since the arrival of Gomes last month and has not featured since the 2-0 FA Cup defeat at Manchester United on January 5.

It is thought Gomes has told the Royals Academy graduate that he is free to leave on loan in order to secure regular first-team football.

Unfancied striker Marc McNulty has been linked with Hibernian, Sunderland and his former club Coventry City, while Nottingham Forest are said to have made a £500,000 offer for Tyler Blackett who also remains on Wigan Athletic’s radar.

Transfer-listed midfielder David Meyler and goalkeeper Vito Mannone could also be moved on before the window closes.

Anssi Jaakkola’s future also looks in doubt after he was left out of last night’s squad as Gomes handed a debut to Arsenal loanee Emiliano Martinez, with Sam Walker named as the back-up keeper.