Hibs reminds Kevin Dabrowski of loan after Dillon Barnes exit
The 22-year-old was supposed to spend the season on loan at the League One club, with whom he has been impressed so far this campaign.
But the Easter Road side found themselves in a goalkeeper crisis after injury to Ofir Marciano was followed by Dillon Barnes be reminded of his loan by the parent club of Queens Park Rangers.
With a severe lack of senior options, Hibs management decided it was best to bring the Polish plug back to the club.
A short statement on the website read: “Goalkeeper Kevin Dabrowski has been called back from his loan with Dumbarton.
“The 22-year-old has been loaned to League One Sons for being exposed to regular first-team football and he has been a notable performer for Jim Duffy’s side in his 12 appearances. was named to the FBCL Team of the Week last month.
“Following the return of Dillon Barnes to parent club QPR, he will now focus on competing with Ofir Marciano for a starting spot at Easter Road.
“We would like to thank everyone at Dumbarton for their work with Kevin over the past few months.”
Meanwhile, Hibs is said to be moving closer to signing the loan from Arsenal goalkeeper Matt Macey. The 26-year-old will undergo a medical at Easter Road before accepting a loan deal until the end of the campaign.
Macey has played for Arsenal first team twice and has benefited from loan spells with Accrington Stanley, Luton Town and Plymouth Argyle.