Scott Fraser has signed a deal with MK Dons, despite links that a move to Hibs could have been on the cards.
It was reported this morning that Jack Ross’ side were interested in an ambitious approach for the midfielder fresh off the back of a great season with Burton Albion.
Instead he signs with MK Dons, former Dundee United man Fraser putting pen to paper on a contract with Russell Martin’s side.
With nine goals and 14 assists from midfield last season, Fraser wasn’t likely to be short of options. It would have been a big coup for Hibs to tempt him back to the SPFL, but alas, Fraser is staying in League One this season.
Ross recently bolstered his squad with the signing of Dillon Barnes from QPR. The 24-year goalkeeper has signed a season-long loan deal at Easter Road in order to challenge Ofir Marciano for the number one spot.
It’s a deal that allows promising goalkeeper Kevin Dabrowski to head out on loan to Dumbarton.