Two Greek Super League clubs have shown interest in Jurgen Degabriele but the Hibernians forward is taking his time before making a decision on his future, the Times of Malta can reveal.
Degabriele has emerged as one of the most prolific forwards in the Maltese Premier League in the last few years, and last season he played a key role in helping his club secure the crown of Malta champions.
During the past months, Degabriele has also managed to establish himself in the Malta national team and his performances have inevitably attracted interest from outside our shores.
In fact, last November Degabriele was on the mark for the national team in a highly-entertaining 2-2 draw at the National Stadium, and his performance on the day didn’t go unnoticed by a number of scouts from Greek Super League clubs.
Degabriele’s contract with Hibernians expires at the end of the season and the Paolites are understood to offer him a new contract.
For now, the nippy forward prefers to take his time to decide on his future.
“I can confirm that I have received some offers from two Greek top-flight clubs,” Degabriele said, without revealing the identity of the teams.
“From the discussions we had with them it seems that they are very interested in my services. But at the moment, I want to take my time before making a decision.
“Playing in a foreign championship has always been my biggest dream but I don’t want to rush into making a decision. We’ll see how things will develop and make sure I take the right decision for my future.”
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