Ryan Longman makes permanent move to Hull City

Academy graduate departs for the Tigers.

By Charlie Hanson • 31 January 2022

By Hull City
Ryan Longman has scored four goals in all competitions for Hull City so far this campaign.

Ryan Longman has completed a permanent move to Championship side Hull City, on undisclosed terms.


The 21-year-old has enjoyed a strong first half of the campaign on loan with the Tigers, including scoring a winning goal against Bournemouth recently.


Technical director Dan Ashworth said, “Ryan has made really good progress over the last 18 months with loans to AFC Wimbledon and Hull.


“Making the move to Hull permanent gives him the opportunity to settle down and continue to grow as a player, playing regular football at a really good level for his age.


“This is a good move for all concerned, both clubs and the player. Ryan is another success story for our academy, and we can be proud of his progress. We wish him all the best for the future.”


The forward joined the Albion academy in 2012, making his professional debut in September 2019 in the Carabao Cup.


He spent the 2020/21 season on loan with Wimbledon in League One, scoring on nine occasions in 51 appearances.


He made the step up to the Championship in the summer with Hull and has scored four times in 20 appearances in all competitions.