Myles Beerman will continue his career with Sliema Wanderers, the Times of Malta can confirm.
Last week, Sliema Wanderers held talks with Hibernians over the signature of the speedy winger and an agreement was reached between the two parties.
In fact, Beerman held his first training session with the Wanderers on Friday under the charge of coach Andrea Pisanu.
For Beerman this will be his third experience with a Maltese Premier League club after returning to the islands after a few years plying his trade abroad.
After coming through the Floriana nursery, Beerman headed abroad where he was engaged by the academy of English Premier League giants Manchester City.
From then he moved to Scottish Premier League side Glasgow Rangers where he first turned out for the U-18 side before being promoted to the first team.
A loan spell at Queen of the South followed before Beerman decided it’s time to return home in January 2018 when he joined on loan with Birkirkara.
He then moved to Gżira United before he finally moved to Hibernians last summer.
At Sliema, Beerman will be hoping he finally secures a regular berth in the Wanderers first team.