Saudi Arabian side Al-Faisaly have had a £500,000 bid for winger Martin Boyle rejected by the Hibees.
According to the Daily Record, the Pro-League outfit made the offer for the Australian international last week, that was quickly thrown out by the club.
The 28-year-old recently signed a new long-term deal at Easter Road, and it would take a FAR greater offer to make Hibs even think of selling.
Hibs rejected a similiar shocker of an offer from Aberdeen during the summer as they look to hold on to their best players under owner Ron Gordon.
It's unclear if Al-Faisaly will come back with another offer for the former Dundee player.
Another absolute shocker of an offer for our best player.
Aberdeen's bid last season was a publicity stunt, this one seems to be genuine, but WAY off Boylers value.
If Hibs wanted to sell, it would surely cost any suitor £3-4m to land the outstanding Aussie international.
We will just have to wait and see if the Saudi's come back with another offer.
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