It was only last season that Myles Hippolyte was plying his trade with Dunfermline– but now he’s being linked with big moves to the likes of Middlesbrough and Premier League promotion chasing Millwall (The Sun).
The winger has had various spells in Scottish football. His past clubs include Falkirk, Livingston, St Mirren and most recently the Pars. He left in the summer to complete a switch to National League side Yeovil Town.
Now just months after that move, the winger is being linked with a three-tier jump.
A big jump
Regarded as one of the best players currently in the National League, Millwall are thought to have strong interest in Hippolyte. They are pushing for Premier League promotion and sit one point outside the play-offs.
Middlesbrough are also thought to be monitoring him. Birmingham City have also checked him out reportedly. He’s Yeovil’s best player right now and they won’t want to lose him.
A big bid from the Championship could prove too hard to turn down though. It would represent a big break for Hippolyte though after years in the lower leagues and grafting hard in the SPFL.
It’ll be interesting to see whether this potentially big break comes off for him.