Freed Hibs midfielder Fraser Fyvie has today been pictured training with former club Aberdeen.
The Dons are the latest club eyeing a move for their former youth product, who's summer transfer window has been busy to say the least.
Hibs offered Fyvie a reported, new, three-year-deal, in the summer, but according to reports, Fyvie didn't sign it straight away, and by the time he decided to sign, Hibs boss Neil Lennon had taken it off the table in frustration.
It was then reported that Fyvie was on the verge of following, fellow, former, Hibs player James Keatings, and had agreed a deal with Dundee Utd - despite this, no official confirmation was announced.
Fast forward a few weeks, and Fyvie has just recently been linked with a sensational move to Spanish La Liga side Las Palmas, who, apparently, wanted to speak to the Hibs Scottish Cup winning legend.
It was then reported that Blackpool wanted Fyvie, and wanted to team him up with Hibs midfielder Dylan McGeouch next season in their midfield.
Then, just a few days ago, Hibs boss Neil Lennon suggested their could still be a place for Fyvie at Easter Road.
However, with the player now possibly interesting his former club, should they offer a deal, the pull could be too strong.
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