Fulham, QPR and Brentford have joined the race for Hibernian midfielder Dylan McGeouch, according to West London Sport.
The 25-year-old central midfielder has been impressive for Hibs in the Scottish Premier League this season under Neil Lennon. However, his contract expires next month meaning he is free to leave them on a free transfer and he is believed to be weighing up his options.
Blackburn Rovers are apparently the most likely to land him but London Championship trio Fulham, Brentford and QPR have now joined the race meaning they will face tough competition to sign him now.
McGeouch is being tipped for a Scotland call-up in the coming months and he has represented his country at U16, U17, U19 and U21 level in the past.
He was on the books at Celtic as a youngster but left for Rangers in 2008. He returned to Celtic in 2011 and went onto play 27 games for the Scottish giants. He had a loan spell at Coventry City in January 2014 for the remainder of the 2013/14 season where he played 8 games for them in League One.
McGeouch was then loaned out to Hibernian for the 2014/15 campaign and was later signed on a permanent basis by the Edinburgh side in August 2015. He helped Hibs win the Scottish Cup in 2016 and also was the Scottish Championship title last year.
His time at Hibs has been a success but McGeouch could be set for a move to the English Championship this summer with Blackburn, Fulham, Brentford and QPR all possible destinations.