Stripes interested to sign Malta goalkeeper Henry Bonello
Birkirkara FC are on the lookout for a new goalkeeper as the Stripes have agreed terms to rescind the contract of former Malta international Andrew Hogg.
Hogg has been with Bikirkirkara for the past two-and-a-half years but last season he struggled for first-team football with the Stripes.
On Thursday, Hogg sat down with the Birkirkara top hierarchy and an agreement was reached for the 36-year-old to rescind his contract with the Premier League side.
Hogg who joined Birkirkara in January 2019 from Hibernians, had one year left on his contract.
The departure of Hogg and the uncertain future of Italian goalkeeper Guarnone, who was linked with a move to AC Milan, is likely to spur Birkirkara in looking for a new goalkeeper and it is understood that they are interested in signing Valletta goalkeeper Henry Bonello.
The Malta international goalkeeper has a year left on his contract with Valletta and the Stripes are ready to offer him a new challenge for the upcoming season.