Blackburn Rovers’ midfield transfer target Dylan McGeouch will make a final decision on his future when he returns home from international duty with Scotland later this week according to the Daily Record.
The 25-year-old Glasgow-born midfield ace will officially become a free agent at the end of this month when his contract with current club Hibernian expires.
Hibs boss Neil Lennon is keen to retain the services of his star midfielder, although the Northern Irishman understands that this could be unlikely.
McGeouch was tipped to sign a pre-contract agreement with promoted Sky Bet League One club Blackburn Rovers last month but no deal was completed. Bristol City, Hull City and Queens Park Rangers are now also thought to want to sign the tough-tackling midfielder.
It has now been reported that a decision on McGeouch’s future is likely to be made this week with the player having put his career plans on hold until after his international involvement.
After failing to make the grade with Glasgow giants Celtic, McGeouch joined Hibernian in August 2015 following a successful loan spell at Easter Road. He has since gone on to win both the William Hill Scottish Cup and the Ladbrokes Scottish Premiership with The Hibees.
In Hibernian’s first season back in the top flight, McGeouch starred for the club as they went close to recording a second place finish in the division, they eventually finished in the respectable position of fourth.