According to several news reports, Huddersfield Town have entered the race for Hibs winger Martin Boyle.
The English side watched the 26-year-old Australian international in action against Dundee Utd recently, and their manager Danny Cowley is keen to add the former Dundee player to his squad before the transfer window closes tommorow night.
Hibs will be desperate to hold on to their talisman, and have reportedly put a £3m asking price on his head after supposed recent interest from Celtic.
Boyle joined the Hibees from Dundee back in 2015, initially in a loan swap for Alex Harris, before singing on a free that following summer.
He went on to write his name into Hibs folklore after being part of the 2016 Scottish Cup winning squad, as well as winning the Championship League title the following season.
Boyle has played 162 games for the Hibees, scoring 34 goals.
Losing Boyler would be a massive blow to the club, he has went from fringe player to first pick since singing as a raw winger from Dundee five years ago.
The Hibs fans love him, but I don't think we would grudge him a big money move, especially if Hibs got a good fee.
Hopefully the club can fend of suitors until the summer.
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