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Martin Boyle may still leave Hibs as Shaun Maloney makes transfer confession

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Shaun Maloney admits Hibs are still bracing themselves for the loss of Martin Boyle this month – despite booting out a £2million bid from Saudi Arabian moneybags Al-Faisaly.

But the Easter Road boss is adamant the 28-year-old winger hasn’t had his head turned and is fully focused on Monday’s return to Premiership action at Celtic Park.

Top scorer Boyle saw a life-changing offer from the Gulf taken out his hands when Hibs rejected the Saudi Pro League club’s move.Celtic have also been quoted with an interest in the Australia international.

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