Which current Hibs players are likely to be at the club for next season?

Hibs head coach Paul Heckingbottom is already thinking about his squad for the 2019/20 campaign.

Thursday, 9th May 2019, 1:59 pm
A general view of Easter Road.

We take a look at the current squad and say whether each player is likely to be at Easter Road next term ...

Undisputed No.1 and in red-hot form. Two years left on deal and would command high fee.
Liverpool loanee likely to return south, although Anfield contract is up.

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Currently at Dundee Utd. Unlikely to be retained when contract expires this summer.
Young Pole is highly regarded. May get loan move lower down leagues.
Club captain penned four-year deal and has right-back slot as own.
Still has one year on contract and versatility/experience is plus despite fitness issues.
Club legend will never leave ... joking aside, in good form and regular left-back.
Youngster expected to build upon his breakthrough campaign.
Dutch internationalist is totally out of picture. Contract up at end of term.
Cornerstone of Hibs' defence. Likely to be first-choice centre-half.
Four-year deal recently penned. May not play every week, but key squad member.
Will be back from injury and barring ridiculous bid, promising defender will be at Easter Road.
Came with good reputation but Leicester loanee has only appeared once.
American signed short-term deal. Can cover all across defence and may be worthy of another year.
Spell at Airdrie will have helped progress. One for the future.
Contract expires in summer. Cult hero but unsure yet on whether he'll get extension
Six months ago, a no, but veteran Aussie is back on form and has another year on deal.
Versatile Lithuanian still under contract and is happy in Capital.
Genoa loanee has been such a hit that Hibs will try to get him again for next term. Will depend on club/player.
Burundi midfielder almost certain to depart after failing to break into team.
Hibs' player of year has long-term contract and will be pillar of team in 2019/20.
Sporting CP loanee came with high hopes, but injury has hindered him. Didn't impress last week against Rangers.
Youngster now finally over injuries and threatening first team.
Big season for Aussie coming up after knee injury curtailed his rapid progress.
Man City like to send their youngsters to new places each season. Injury has wrecked his Hibs spell.
Becoming a first-team regular and can play on either flank. Liked by management team.
Swiss is Hibs' most sellable asset. Off-form recently, but versatile and under contract. Liked by clubs in England.
Loan expires in summer. Not in picture at Reading. Hibs will try to get him again but will depend on money/competition.
Highly-regarded forward. May get a loan move to other top-flight club to enhance development.
Striker very unlikely to be kept on when contract expires at end of term.
At Raith on loan right now. Will stay at club, but may be farmed out again.