Ross Laidlaw and Lewis Allan among Hibernian exodus
Hibernian have announced the departure of 13 first-team players. Goalkeeper Ross Laidlaw, 22-year-old striker Lewis Allan and three players who rarely featured after signing short-term deals this season – Gael Bigirimana, Jonathan Spector and Miquel Nelom – have left. Hibs had earlier announced the departures of midfielders Mark Milligan and Marvin Bartley, who are also on the list. Loan players Adam Bogdan, Darnell Johnson, Ryan Gauld, Thomas Agyepong, Marc McNulty and Stephane Omeonga have returned to their parent clubs but Hibs are keen to re-sign the latter two. Topics Scottish Premiership, Hibernian Hibernian player donates testimonial money to charity in memory of teenage club-mate SPL: Motherwell 1 Hibernian 0 SPL: Aberdeen 1 Hibernian 0 SPL: Hibernian 0 Celtic 4 FIFA faces Women’s World Cup ticket backlash Departing Vincent Kompany tells Manchester City: ‘I have given everything’ Jack happy with Rangers’ progress despite lack of silverware Boyd backs no-nonsense Clarke to lead Scotland to major tournament Klose signs on for three more years at promoted Norwich 6 players Barcelona could sign to challenge for the Champions League next season Quiz! Can you name the 38 clubs to have won either the FA Cup, League Cup or English top division since 1945? Gareth Bale’s agent reveals who has “complete control” over forward’s Real Madrid future Why Barcelona risk losing out in transfer battle for Ajax star Matthijs de Ligt Quiz! Can you name the 71 players with at least 40 Premier League assists?