Hibernian chief executive Leeann Dempste has admitted that the club will consider bids for John McGinn, with Celtic showing a strong interest, according to the Daily Mail.
The 23-year-old midfielder has impressed for Hibs so far this season, with Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers weighing up an offer for the player who scored twice at Celtic Park in the 2-2 draw back in September.
However, West Ham boss David Moyes is also monitoring the players situation, sending scouts to watch the midfielder in action in recent weeks, and may challenge the Hoops for McGinn’s signature.
McGinn has been a wanted man for some time, with Championship clubs Nottingham Forest and Ipswich both having bids turned down in the summer window for the Scottish international.
The player is now into the final 18 months of his current contract, and chief executive Dempste has admitted that the club will listen to offers during the current window.