ACHIEVE have once again worked with our associates at the ProLegal Group to secure the move of Scottish striker Brian Graham from Hibernian to English League Two outfit Cheltenham Town.
It is the second move ACHIEVE has collaborated with ProLegal on to take a player to Whaddon Road this summer after Jordon Forster also sealed a switch from the Edinburgh club.
The 29-year-old Scot has signed a two-year contract with the Gloucestershire outfit.
Prior to joining Hibs, Graham had spells at six other Scottish sides, including Dundee United, St Johnstone and Ross County.
Graham moved to Easter Road in August 2016 and scored 11 goals in 38 appearances for the Championship winners.
However Hibernian manager Neil Lennon’s summer of recruitment, with Deivydas Matulevicius and Anthony Stokes added to the attacking roster, has seen Graham slip down the pecking order in Leith.
He will be available for Cheltenham’s game against Crawley Town on Saturday, subject to receiving international clearance.
ACHIEVE Director Dave Garley said: “We are delighted to have once again worked with our colleagues at the ProLegal Group to secure Brian’s move to Cheltenham Town.
“We have forge a strong partnership with ProLegal over the years and have a great relationship, which has yielded many successful moves for clients, Brian being the latest.
“Brian has long wanted the opportunity to play in England and we are very pleased to have played a significant part in helping him to realise that ambition.
“We wish both Brian and Cheltenham every success this season – under Gary Johnson they certainly have a manager of the highest calibre.”