Hibs linked with Keeper Curtis Anderson

Last updated : 09 January 2020 By Steve Forbes

Another one from Jurno Alan Nixon (@reluctantnicko) on twitter.

According to the Sun man, Hibs are looking at free agent goalkeeper Curtis Anderson.

The 19-year-old is a free agent after leaving American side Charlotte Independence in August.

Anderson started his career in Blackpool's youth system, when, incredibly, Manchester City paid £15,000 for him when he was just 11-years-old.

He then spent 7 years with City, but was released in March last year.

Anderson then played 10 games for Charlotte before agreeing a termination of his contract in August.

He has represented England at U16, 17, 18 and 19 level and was part of the England side that finished runnersup at the  2017 UEFA European Under-17 Championship.

Anderson was also part of the England side that won 2017 Fifa World Cup.

Editor's View:

If Hibs make a move for the youngster, it must surely be with a view to him playing for the development side.

The Hibees are currently looking to get Chris Maxwell a new club, and already have the excellent Ofir Marciano and Adam Bogdan on the books.

Anderson would find it a struggle to get himself ahead of two international keepers.

One for the future should he sign.

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