Hibs boss Pat Fenlon has today revealed that winger Danny Galbraith has been told he can find a new club.
The 22-year-old left winger has not featured for the Hibees for over a year, and spent the second half of last season out with a hip injury.
Galbraith was told to stay away from the training ground in September last year, but the club revealed this was an attempt to help with aid his recovery and not a discipline issue.
The former Man Utd and Hearts youth player has been training with Dunfermline for the past few months, and is now free to find a new club.
Hibs boss Pat Fenlon said:
“Danny has been training with Dunfermline and he is looking to get another club at the moment.
"He has not been in with us for a good few months and he is looking to get himself sorted out somewhere else.”
Galbraith arrived at Easter Road in 2009 in a free transfer from Manchester United, he has played 52 games for the Hibees and scored 1 goal.