Sport St Mirren confirm rejected Hibs bid for club captain as Jack Ross plots Kyle Magennis reunion

13:45  29 september  2020
13:45  29 september  2020 Source:   msn.com

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St Mirren say they have rejected a "substantial offer" for their captain Kyle Magennis from fellow St Mirren say. he is an "integral part" of the club and have "no desire to sell" the player. Hibs head coach Jack Ross worked with Magennis when he managed St Mirren to promotion in 2018.

St Mirren claim they have turned down a “substantial” bid from Hibs for their club captain Kyle Magennis . In a club statement, the Paisley-based outfit said they have “no desire” to sell the 22-year-old amid serious interest from Easter Road boss Jack Ross , who worked with the Scotland

Saints are hanging on to one of their biggest assets as Hibs try to prise away club captain Kyle Magennis.

Former Buddies boss Jack Ross has made the academy star a top target ahead of the transfer window shutting next Monday.

But St Mirren insist they have no intention of letting the 22-year-old leave, rejecting a "substantial" bid from the Easter Road side last night.

A St Mirren spokesman said: "St Mirren Football Club can confirm it has rejected a substantial offer for Kyle Magennis from Hibernian Football Club.

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St Mirren manager Jack Ross guided the team to Championship safety after taking over last October. Ross had previously managed Alloa Athletic, taking his side into an early lead in the League One title race after suffering relegation, having taken charge midway through the previous season.

Jack Ross continued his winning start as Hibernian manager with a 2-1 Scottish Premiership victory against former club St Mirren in Paisley. Hibs goalkeeper Chris Maxwell was booked for trying to thwart a blistering run from Magennis just one minute into the half.

"A St Mirren Youth Academy graduate, Kyle has made over 100 appearances for Saints since his debut in 2016; helping us achieve promotion to the Scottish Premiership in 2018 and maintaining our top flight status.

"In June of this year Kyle was named club captain such is the esteem he is held at within St Mirren.

"While Kyle is currently ruled out with by injury, he remains an integral part of our football club and we have no desire to sell. We look forward to welcoming him back into the squad in the very near future."

The Scotland under-21 international has one year left on his contract and would be free to speak to other clubs in January.

Ross has already raided his former club since taking over in Edinburgh, persuading Paul McGinn to join halfway through last season.

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St Mirren come from behind to beat Welsh side The New Saints and secure a Scottish Challenge Cup final with Dundee United. St Mirren boss Jack Ross : "It is all about the result at this stage of the competition, but we made it hard for ourselves after the performance in the first half.

St Mirren win promotion to the top flight after their goalless draw with Livingston confirms them as Scottish Championship winners. Kyle Magennis was next to try his luck but his angled effort drifted just over. Livingston slowly eased their way into the game.

He also picked up ex-Saints captain Stephen McGinn after he left St Mirren Park over the summer.

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