Hibs 5pm transfer update: Kevin Nisbet 'bid', Florian Kamberi set for Rangers medical, Marc McNulty latest

The state of play with seven hours until the window closes

Friday, 31st January 2020, 5:03 pm
Updated Friday, 31st January 2020, 5:06 pm
Hibs have reportedly had a bid for Kevin Nisbet rejected by Dunfermline

Pars reject Nisbet approach

Dunfermline are understood to have knocked back an initial offer from Hibs for striker Kevin Nisbet. The 22-year-old has scored 22 goals in 29 appearances in all competitions for the Pars and has attracted attention from a host of clubs but the East End Park side have rebuffed the approach from Hibs.

Gers agree deal for Kamberi

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Rangers have all but agreed a deal for Hibs striker Florian Kamberi on a six-month loan deal. However, reports suggest the deal does not include an option to buy. The 24-year-old travelled to Glasgow earlier today to undergo a medical - but the move is only likely to be rubber-stamped if Hibs secure a replacement forward.

McNulty move 'up in the air'

The possibility of Marc McNulty returning for a second spell at Easter Road is still up in the air to a certain extent. Sunderland are willing to let the striker return to Scotland but only if they can get a deal for Bristol City forward Antoine Semenyo across the line in time. Hibs will also have to negotiate terms with McNulty's parent club Reading.

Murray deal off?

Reports in Dundee suggest a potential loan deal for Hibs midfielder Fraser Murray has hit the buffers after the midfielder played his way into Jack Ross' first-team plans. The 20-year-old had been tipped for a move to Dens Park but the Evening Telegraph claims the proposed temporary switch is "dead".