Hibernian are set to make a £200,000 bid for signing Rangers player Ross McCrorie this summer, according to The Scottish Sun.
The 22-year-old was impressive last season while playing for Portsmouth during his loan spell, helping the League One side get to the play-offs.
He came back to the Gers earlier this summer and displayed his football skills in the Veolia Tournament. Steven Gerrard hasn’t featured him yet, and it looks that the midfielder has no future at Ibrox.
The former Liverpool legend is looking to reduce the numbers of his first-team squad players, which could mean that players like McCrorie and Greg Docherty could move somewhere else this summer.
Hibs manager Jack Ross looks interested in securing the services of the Scotland U21 international who is known as a versatile player.
Besides his loan spells at Ayr United, Dumbarton, and at Portsmouth, the 22-year-old has also earned 41 league appearances for the Gers, with two goals to his name.
He was deputized as a centre half and central midfield during his time in Glasgow but was also employed as a right-back when he was playing for Portsmouth.
Pompey were also eager to get him back to Fratton Park, but it looks Hibs will beat them to the player’s signature.
Ross has already signed Alex Gogic, Drey Wright, and Kevin Nisbet, however, he wants to strengthen his midfield ranks and views the player as a good fit.