Six Hibs Loan Players Exit Easter Road

By Steve Forbes
Last updated : 20 May 2019

Hibs have today confirmed that a number of players on-loan at the club have returned to thier parent clubs.

Ryan Gauld - has returned to Portugeuse giants Sporting Lisbon after an injury plauged spell in Edinburgh.

He only managed 5 appearances for the Hibees after picking up a hamstring injury that kept him out for a number of weeks following his arrival in January.

Thomas Agyepong - is another who has left Easter Road after a season ruined by injury.

The 22-year-old Ghana international signed from Manchester City last summer, but only managed 10 appearances and 1 goal, after missing most of the season with knee and hamstring injuries.

Darnell Johnson - The 20-year-old man mountain arrived on loan from English Premiership side Leicester City, he was sent off on his debut against Celtic at Parkhead and was never seen in a Hibs shirt again.

He picked up an injury, and by the time he was fit, he couldn't force his way back into the side.

Adam Bogdan - The Liverpool keeper started the season as Hibs No.1 and was excellent. He played during the Hibees Europa League run, and was outsanding in Greece as the Hibees sent Asteras Tripolis packing over two legs.

The 31-year-old Hungarian international then picked up a concussion and was out for a number of weeks, and by the time he returned Ofir Marciano had returned from injury and was INCEDIBLE between the sticks. Bogdan never got back in the side and leaves after making 25 appearances.

Stephane Omeonga - Omeonga arrived from Seria A outfit Genoa in January, and after a sticky start quickly became a huge favourite with the support.

The 23-year-old midfielder was a stand-out in most games, with his speed, slick passing and vision and made 17 appearances in his time at Easter Road.

Hibs boss Paul Heckingbottom is keen to bring the little Belgium U21 international back ot Easter Road this summer.

Marc McNulty - The Edinburgh born striker signed in January from Reading and became a massive hit at Easter Road.

The 26-year-old hit 8 goals in 17 appearances that earned him a Scotland call-up, that seen him pick up his first two caps against Kazakhstan and San Marino in March.

Another that Hibs are trying to re-sign this summer as they look to re-build a depleted squad.

Hibs-Mad would like to wish all six players for their contribution in the green and white.

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