A familiar face to Scottish football fans, Ambrose made his name at Celtic as a cult hero before moving to Easter Road permanently in 2017. He’s been without a club since leaving Derby County in the summer.
Saints boss Tommy Wright reportedly wants to add experience to his backline whilst Ambrose could become the first signing of the Jack Ross era.
Ambrose would be a solid addition for either Hibs or St Johnstone
As the 31-year-old showed during his stint at Hibs, he can be called upon as a reliable centre-half. Such form earned him a move to Derby in January, but he hasn’t kicked a ball since.
Ambrose first started out in Scottish football with Celtic. He scooped four Premiership titles, a League Cup and a Scottish Cup whilst representing the Glasgow side.
Most recently though he played for Hibs, where he featured just under 80 times across both a loan and permanent stint. Now it seems like a return to Leith could potentially be on the cards.
Ambrose alternatively could move to St Johnstone, who are in desperate need of solidity at the back. They currently have the Premiership’s joint-worst defensive record.