Stevenage eye Hibs keeper Jojo Wollacott

Last updated : 23 June 2024 By Steve Forbes

Hibs keeper Jojo Wollacott is the subject of interest from English side Stevenage.

According to a report from journalist Alan Nixon the EFL League One side, managed by Alex Revell, are keen to land Wollacott on loan.

Wollacott joined the Hibees from Charlton Athletic last summer for an undisclosed fee, but due to injury problems he only managed 8 appearances.

The Ghanian international is currently the most experienced keeper at the club, but David Gray is in the market for a new number one, and the former Bristol City and Forest Green keeper may want to be a Number 1 himself somewhere else.

Hibs also have youngsters Murray Johnson, on loan at Airdrie and Max Boruc on the books at Easter Road.


Wollacott has had a nightmare first season at Easter Road.

He was unlucky to pick up an injury in the Hibees Europa Conference League clash with Inter d-Escaldes, and spent months out, and never really forced his way in.

Will he stay and fight for that number 1 spot, or will he see a move away as a chance for a fresh start?

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