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Robertson set for Hibernian

Sky Sports understands Blackpool midfielder Scott Robertson is set to return to the Scottish Premier League with Hibernian.

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Scott Robertson: Set to leave Blackpool for Hibernian

Scott Robertson: Set to leave Blackpool for Hibernian

Robertson arrived at Bloomfield Road last July on a two-year deal but has failed to establish himself at the Championship club, with the 3-0 defeat at Cardiff in September marking his only appearance.

The 27-year-old Scot, who joined Blackpool from Dundee United, is set to return north with Hibs on a two-and-a-half-year deal.

Robertson, a twice-capped Scotland international, amassed over 100 appearances for the Terrors over a four-season spell at Tannadice after beginning his senior career at Dundee.

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