Middlesbrough has become the latest club linked with a move for Hibs midfield dynamo John McGinn.
According to the72.co.uk a Scottish Journo has tweeted about the Championship club having an interest in the Scotland internationalist.
However, the article states Nottingham Forest bid £750,000 for the player, but reports had the last of their THREE bids sitting at £1.9m - rejected by Hibs.
The Easter Road club also turned down a £1m+ offer from Ipswich Town in the summer, and it seems that yet another Championship side has entered the race for the former St Mirren youngster.
Celtic are also known admirers of the player, but Hibs boss Neil Lennon has slapped a £5m price tag on his head, and it's going to take a big transfer fee to land him.
McGinn has been outstanding since signing for the Hibees in 2015, he went on to become part of the legendary Scottish Cup winning side of 2016. He has also won the Scottish Championship League Title and has played in the Europa League since moving to Easter Road.
"Super John" also won the Scottish League cup whilst with the Buddies.
He has also been capped 5 times for the Scottish National team.
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