Ewan Henderson is on the verge of completing his permanent exit from Hibernian.

The 24-year-old is poised to complete a move to Juplier Pro League side Beerschot.

The former Celtic youngster will move to Belgium for the second successive season after he spent the second half of last term on loan with KV Oostende. 

He scored seven times in 30 appearances for the second-tier side, which appears to have earned him a move to the top flight with recently promoted Beerschot.

It's said that Hibs will earn around £150,000 from the sale of Henderson. Add-ons could also be factored in.

He's played just 56 games for Hibs in total, including a loan spell before his move from Celtic was made permanent in 2022.

Henderson - brother of Liam - is the latest player surplus to requirements to be shown the door by new head coach David Gray.

It's been a big summer of change so far, not least in the dugout and upstairs with Malky Mackay's arrival, but on the field as well with Paul Hanlon, Lewis Stevenson, Adam Le Fondre, Dylan Tait and Jacob Blaney all departing. David Marshall retired before being offered an off-the-pitch role at the club.

Young players Murray Johnson, Kyle McClelland and Murray Aitken have all moved out on loan too.