Hibs have today announced that keeper Ross Laidlaw has left the contract at the end of his deal.
The 26-year-old spent the latter part of lat season out on loan with Dundee Utd after falling down the peckig order at Easter Road behind Adam Bogdan and Ofir Marciano.
Laidlaw managed 27 appearances for the Hibees, inlcuding Europa League clashes with Brondby and Molde, and a Scottish Cup Semi-Final against Celtic at Hampden.
He had previous spells with Raith Rovers and Elgin City and joins a host of players leaving today.
Laidlaw has already been linked with English side Accrington Stanley and shouldn't be short of offers, although it's still unclear if Dundee Utd will want to take him back to Tannadice.
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