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Shaun Maloney: Hibernian will only sell Martin Boyle if the price is right

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Shaun Maloney: Hibernian will only sell Martin Boyle if the price is right

Hibernian manager Shaun Maloney revealed that the club will sell Martin Boyle only if they receive the right price. Boyle is the target of Saudi Arabian club Al-Faisaly who are willing to offer him a lucrative contract of £20,000 per week. Hibernian value the forward at £3m and have already rejected offers less than that value.

“I understand the situation. He has been not just one of our best players, he has been one of the outstanding players in the league,” Hibernian manager Shaun Maloney said. “I think Martin and I are quite clear there’s a certain valuation the club has. Until that is met there is not a situation for us to make a decision. I’m really happy with what we’ve done so far. I’m very appreciative of the work the owner and the CEO have done to bring in the players as quickly as they have because having this much time training has been a big benefit. I’m really happy with the squad I have.”

“James will stay until the end of the season. I’ve been really happy with him in training. After what he’s shown, the next stage for him is that when he gets match minutes he has to show what he’s been doing in training,” he added. “That’s not to put pressure on him because I think he’s done very well but the next stage for him is to fight to get minutes in a match and show his talent.”

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