Hibernian sign Warren O'Hora after defender leaves MK Dons

O'Hora has signed a three-year deal with the Premiership side.

Hibernian sign Warren O’Hora after defender leaves MK Dons Hibernian FC

Hibernian have announced the signing of defender Warren O’Hora on a three-year contract.

The centre-back has made the move after his contract at MK Dons expired, and he will be part of head coach David Gray’s squad as they prepare for the new campaign.

O’Hora began his career with Bohemians in his native Ireland and moved to Brighton in 2018. After two years with the Seagulls he made the switch to MK Dons, where he went on to make over 150 appearances.

“I’m delighted that we’ve been able to bring Warren to the club,” Gray said.

“As a defender, he’s a brave, aggressive organiser, with great leadership qualities. He’s very comfortable on the ball and confident playing out from the back. We look forward to working with him.”

Sporting director Malky Mackay added: “It’s great to be able to welcome Warren to Hibernian FC. 

“When I came to the club, it was clear that we needed to strengthen at centre-half and introduce more leaders into the first team group.

“Warren is a strong modern-day defender, a top professional, and is another good person to add to the dressing room. We look forward to seeing him in action.”

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