The Suriname national team will not be welcoming Hibs forward Dylan Vente later this month, as his name was inadvertently included on a tentative roster for a next training camp.

Surinamese Football Federation released a 35-man roster on Thursday, and the 24-year-old was an unexpected addition. The team will be playing Martinique in a friendly later this month in the Netherlands.

Hibs supporters took to social media to share the news, but the team was then republished with Vente removed from the list of names due to rumors that the South Americans had called up the Dutchman too soon.

Hibs striker Dylan Vente was included in an initial squad list published by Suriname, but was later withdrawn. (Photo by Roddy Scott / SNS Group)
Vente is believed to be qualified for a call-up because of his family’s ties to Suriname, a former Dutch province. The former Feyenoord forward hasn’t decided yet regarding his international career, according to stories circulating in the Netherlands.

“Vente could play for Suriname in the future, but at this point there is no prospect of an international career for the Natio,” the Dutch publication Voetbalzone stated. According to sources close to the player, the rumor is “not yet applicable,” but inquiries indicate that the center-forward does in fact have Surinamese ancestry. The purported selection ultimately proves to be a misunderstanding.

Vente, who Hibs paid £700,000 to sign from Roda JC last summer, has played for the Netherlands at several age levels but has never had a cap at the senior international level.