Hibs want to hold on to goalkeeper Mark Brown, according to the player’s agent.
Brown finished the season as the capital club’s number one after injury ended Graham Stack’s campaign in April.
Stack has since been released from Easter Road as Pat Fenlon began clearing out the squad which narrowly avoided relegation and was defeated 5-1 in the Scottish Cup final.
Former Celtic goalkeeper Brown is out of contract, and free to talk to other clubs, but his agent Kevin Drinkell believes Fenlon would like to keep him.
Drinkell said: “The manager would like Mark to stay but negotiations will need to take place.
“Mark enjoyed getting back in to the team at the end of last season, though not the cup final obviously, so we will see if we can bring something together.”
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