Hearts midfielder Kenny Anderson’s proposed switch to Livingston is called off


Hearts midfielder Kenny Anderson’s proposed switch to Livingston has been called off.

The 23-year-old trained with the Lions at the tail end of last week with a view to signing a one-month loan deal.

After being concerned by the player’s lack of match fitness, Burchill invited Anderson back for a further training stint this week.

20/07/15 TYNECASTLE - EDINBURGH Hearts' Kenny Anderson with kids Harry Walman (left) and Annie Clark at the launch of Hearts Community Football supported by DPS Group
Anderson does not have a future at Tynecastle


But the move has now been called off completely and the playmaker will remain with the Tynecastle outfit for the time being.

After failing to make a single appearance for Robbie Neilson’s side so far this season, Anderson, who joined Hearts from Dutch club Waalwijk on an 18-month deal at the start of the year, has been told he is surplus to requirements.

The attacking midfielder picked up a Championship winner’s medal last term after making nine appearances, including five from the substitutes bench.

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