Hibs have today booted out a second bid from Saudi side Al-Faisaly for winger Martin Boyle.
The Hibees rejected a £500,000 from Al-Faisaly just before Christmas for the Australian international, but they have now come back with a muh improved offer of £2m - still some way off Hibs valuation for their talisman.
A number of clubs have enquired about the 28-year-old, but so far only the Saudi side and a £500,000 Aberdeen offer have materialised
Al-Faisaly are not expected to come back with another offer, but their is still the possibility of Celtic making an offer, as they have been linked with the former Dundee man on numerous occasions.
Boyle has been on-fire for the last 18 months for both Hibs and the Aussies, it's no wonder bids are being put in for Hibees main man.
It would be a massive blow to lose Boyler in this window, however could we really stand in his way if we get a good offer?
Boyle has been good for Hibs, and Hibs good for Boyle, he has signed another new deal, making sure Hibs get a good fee for him.
He was part of the club's legendary 2016 Scottish Cup winning side, as well as being part of the team that won the Scottish Championship a year later.
He has now played 247 games for the club, scoring 60 goals.
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