Allan Delferriere has joined MFK Vyškov on loan, with an option to buy included. 

The midfielder has departed Hibernian and will spend the rest of the season at the Czech side.

The 21-year-old has joined the Czech National Football League side for the remainder of the 2023/24 campaign to gain regular first-team football.

MFK Vyškov have an option to purchase the midfielder for a six-figure fee.

During his time at Hibs, Delferriere has made nine appearances, with seven of those coming during this term.

He will now link up with MFK Vyškov for the remainder of the campaign who sit top of the second-tier of Czech football.

Head coach Nick Montgomery said: “After lengthy discussions with Allan, it was clear he needed to go and play regularly for his personal development.

“He has struggled for game time this season, so it’s in the best interests of all parties that this loan be a successful one and he gains regular football."

Last night, the club completed the loan signing of Emiliano Marcondes from AFC Bournemouth.

The 28-year-old attacker will spend the remainder of the season at Easter Road.

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Bill Foley is of course in the process of sealing his minority stake in Hibs, with the American billionaire awaiting full approval from the Scottish FA before the £6m deal can go through.

Marcondes has experience of title success in Denmark with FC Midtjylland during his 250 career appearances. He also helped Brentford and Bournemouth to win promotion to the Premier League.

The creative forward has struggled with a foot injury this season, however, was named in Bournemouth's latest two squads. He was on the bench for their most recent fixture against Liverpool.