A FORMER York City loanee is on the move - making the switch into the Scottish Championship.

Olly Green, who spent a portion of the 2023/24 season on loan at York, has left his boyhood club Hull City for an undisclosed fee, making the move into Scotland.

Livingston are the side to acquire Green’s signature, signing the young midfielder for an undisclosed fee from the Tigers.

The Scottish side are attempting to rebuild after ending their 2023/24 season at rock bottom of the Scottish Premiership, finishing their campaign on 18 points, 12 adrift of Ross County in second-bottom.

Green’s contract was set to expire with Hull on Sunday, June 30, but due to his age Livingston are required to pay an undisclosed compensation for the cross-border transfer.

The 21-year-old captained Hull’s under-18’s and under-21’s and featured within the first-team in pre-season fixtures, before being allowed first-team experience with Bridlington Town and Marske United on loan.

A stint with York followed, where Green accumulated six appearances under former manager Neal Ardley, earning 436 minutes with the Minstermen.

Green’s City debut came just one day after signing, starting in York’s 1-1 draw with FC Halifax Town at the LNER Community Stadium, as Paddy McLaughlin bagged a dramatic stoppage-time equaliser to earn a share of the spoils.

The midfielder’s initial one-month loan deal would be extended for a further month, before Green returned to parent club Hull.