Hearts defender Marcus Godinho is looking at his options and could leave Tynecastle this summer after finding his game time limited in Gorgie
The 21-year-old is in the Canada squad for this summer’s Gold Cup but could have played his last game for Craig Levein’s side, according to the Evening News.
Godinho has been unable to dislodge Michael Smith and the emergence of Aaron Hickey has made life even more difficult for the Canadian.
Levein also has Jamie Brandon in his squad so has more than enough cover at right-back if Godinho does move on.
The defender has already held talks with Levein over his future and is expected to hold more in the near future as he looks for regular action.
Godinho has spent three years at Tynecastle, spending six months on loan at Berwick Rangers, but has never been able to command a regular starting place.
Injuries have also contributed to his inability to displace Smith in the starting XI but at only 21, a fresh start elsewhere should allow him to kick on.
A strong showing at the Gold Cup could help earn him a new contract away from Tynecastle, with Canada expected to progress far in the tournament this summer.