Scotland winger Daniel McKay has signed a four-year contract with Hibernian FC. The 20-year-old was coveted by several clubs at the Scottish Championships, but eventually opted for Hibs.
This information was made official on the club’s website. After a tour of the facilities, the young Scotsman signed his contract with Hibernian FC until 2025. “It’s great, both the way Hibs plays football and the way coaches want to play football. And coming to see the facilities, it made me want to come to the club even more. It’s a big city in a very big city. The club is there, so I can’t wait to get there.
“I am really excited because I think that this match is trying to identify the best young Scottish players for a year and a half with the club who will promote the club.” Properties-wise, he is quick, energetic, scores goals and goals, so he is a really good choice for the club, ”Jack Ross, the current Hibernian FC coach, suggested on the club web.
Daniel McKay has shown good progress since 2017 when he signed his first professional contract with the Caledonian Chardon from Inverness, scoring 12 goals in 57 appearances. This season, he has scored nine times in 30 matches. It should be noted that Daniel McKay will wear the number 17 jersey of the Hibs Club and will be in the first team from the start of the 2021-2022 season.