Talks needed to resolve Cameron Stewart's Hull City future, agent says
CAMERON Stewart will sit down to discuss his Hull City future with manager Steve Bruce following stinging comments from his boss last weekend.
The 21-year-old winger, who has spent time on loan at Burnley this season, failed to grasp a chance to impress when returning to the City first-team in Saturday's 1-1 FA Cup draw with Leyton Orient.
It was a return which saw Bruce criticise Stewart's physical condition, and clearly now out of favour at the KC, Stewart's agent Peter Morrison says talks will be staged soon.
"I can't really comment on where Cameron goes next before we sit down and speak to Steve Bruce, which is what we will do," Morrison told the Mail.
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"I don't want to be talking about potential moves for Cameron before talking to Steve, but perhaps something can be sorted in the coming weeks."
Stewart has suffered a dramatic fall from grace at the KC, with the Tigers having rejected a £1.5m bid from Nigel Pearson at Leicester in the transfer window this time last year.
Morrison admits 'big money' was available to Stewart at that time, but says the former Manchester United youngster has been dealing with the disappointment well.
"He sees it as all being part and parcel of football," he said.
"Cameron has been unfortunate. He went out on loan to Burnley this season looking for some football, but then Eddie Howe left for personal reasons to return to Bournemouth, and he found himself not in the plans of Sean Dyche.
"The only conversation I have had with Steve Bruce was about his return to Hull before Saturday's match, so we need to sit down again and look forward."