Hull City defender Moses Odubajo may miss the whole season after sustaining his second serious knee injury in just over three months. The 23-year-old will have surgery next week after fracturing a kneecap during a non-contact training session. The club said Odubajo had been making “excellent strides” after dislocating the same kneecap in July. It added the ligaments he had reconstructed then “remain intact” and he would be out for about six months. Hull signed Odubajo for £3.5m in July 2015 and he made 45 appearances in the Championship as they won promotion to the Premier League via the play-offs. The player born Moses Adeshina Ayoola Junior Odubajo (born 28 July 1993) is an English professional footballer of Nigerian descent. He was orphaned at the age of 13 when his mother died of marlaria and from that age lived alone with his older brother Tom Bolarinwa, who now plays for League Two side Grimsby Town. It was reported on 4 December 2014 that Odubajo had been invited to a training camp with the Nigeria U23 squad, which he did not attend. He received his first call into the England U20 squad for friendlies against Mexico and the United States in March 2015 and he started in both matches. He was called into the U20 squad for the 2015 Toulon Tournament and played in four of England’s five matches as the Young Lions came up short to the United States in the third-place playoff.