Hibernian centre back Jordan Forster is keen on a move to League Two leaders Plymouth Argyle, according to The Plymouth Herald.

The 22 year old has not featured for The Hibees since their heavy 6-2 Scottish Challenge Cup home defeat to Rangers in July and is currently out of favour at the Scottish Championship promotion chasers.

Argyle Manager Derek Adams is well aware of the young defender’s raw talent having become familiar with the player during his time in Scotland managing Ross County.

It is understood that York City Manager Jackie McNamara would also like to sign the former Celtic trainee.

The central defender has had long spells out of action with injury and is contracted to the Easter Road club until the summer.

It is understood that Forster may not form part of Hibs Manager Alan Stubbs’ future plans on Leith and the player is desperate to leave the club to seek regular first team football.

Forster is rumoured to favour a move to League Two leaders Plymouth Argyle rather than a move to relegation threatened York City.

Forster is likely to leave Hibernian on a loan deal until the end of the season and will become a free agent in the summer should the player not be offered a new deal at Easter Road.


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