Josh Doig leaves Hibernian and signs a four-year contract with Hellas Verona | Soccer News

Josh Doig has signed a four-year contract with Hellas Verona after deciding to leave Hibernian.

The 20-year-old defender traveled to Italy to complete the switch to the Serie A club and will remain in the country before joining his new Verona team-mates for pre-season training.

Hibernian will receive over £3m for the left-back plus add-ons and selling fees as part of the deal.

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The Scotland Under-21 international has made 78 appearances for the Easter road side since August 2020 and scored one goal.

Doig was the subject of earlier interest from the Premier League, but last November he signed a contract extension at Easter Road until the summer of 2026.

Verona finished ninth in Serie A last season and are now managed by former Crawley Town boss Gabriele Cioffi.

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