Hibernians FC have welcomed back forward Terence Groothusen as they unveiled their second signing of the day.
In fact, earlier today the Paolites had announced the signing of Danish defender Andreas Laursen.
The 23-year-old Danish has put pen to paper on a one-year contract and is now available to be part of Stefano Sanderra’s squad ahead of next week’s UEFA Champions League tie first leg against Shamrock Rovers, of Ireland.
“Hibernians FC are pleased to announce that Danish defender Andreas Laursen has signed for the club,” the Premier League club said in a statement.
“The 23-year-old centre-back started his youth career with Vejle BK in Denmark and in 2015, he made a move to Danish top division side AC Horsens where he also played for their youth team. In the past season, Andreas played for Danish side, Odder IGF.
“We would like to welcome Andreas to the club and wish him the best of luck in the upcoming season.”
Meanwhile, 25-year-old Groothusen has returned to the club with whom he played in 2019. At the Paolites, the Aruba international scored five goals in 13 goals.
He had spells in Netherlands including at FC Dordrecht and Kozakken Boys while he also played for three different clubs in Germany including at Alemannia Aachen.
Groothusen has four goals in 10 caps for his country who play in the CONCACAF region.