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Hibs boss Neil Lennon admits ‘everyone has their price’ as speculation mounts over John McGinn and Jason Cummings

Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon (SNS Group)
Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon (SNS Group)

NEIL LENNON has confessed that “everyone has their price” as Hibs prepare for a summer of speculation surrounding star duo John McGinn and Jason Cummings.

But the Easter Road boss is adamant the club is in no hurry to cash-in on players he is desperate to hang on to for life in the Premiership next term.

The Leith men turned down an offer of up to £1.8 million from Peterborough United for Cummings last year and already Sunderland are said to be preparing a £2 million bid for the 21-year-old striker.

McGinn recently beat his team-mate to the PFA Scotland Championship player of the year award and Celtic are among those credited with a possible move for the highly-rated Scotland cap in the coming weeks.

Cummings has three years to run on the contract he penned last summer, whilst McGinn has another two years left on his deal, leaving Hibs with a strong hand in any negotiations. But Lennon acknowledges the Easter Road hierarchy may have tough decisions to make about the pair if their valuation is met.

He said: “Everyone has their price.

“I don’t want to sell them, I’m not saying we will sell them.

“We are in control. We’ve got them on long-term contracts.

“The two of them seem pretty happy here, Jason especially.

“But finances will maybe dictate. If we get big enough offers in it will give the club something to think about.

“At the minute we don’t have to sell them, we’re not in a hurry to do that.

“But you don’t want to stop the progress of individual players.

“They’re good young players and I think they’ve been good for Hibs and Hibs have been good for them.

“But I’m not saying this is the end. I would be quite happy to work with them again next season.”