Jack Hendry is attracting interest from three Premier League sides as well as few European sides. The 25-year-old has been on loan with Belgian side Oostende, impressing having been given the chance to play regular first team football.
With eighteen months left on his deal at Celtic, Hendry has been linked with Premier League sides Wolves, Brighton and West Brom as well as Werder Bremen, Genk and AZ Alkmaar according to 90Min.
Hendry is eyeing up a recall to Steve Clarke’s International side with EURO 2020 approaching in the summer.
Hendry joined in January 2018 from Dundee but has faced criticism from supporters for some shaky performances for the Scottish Champions. Brendan Rodgers signed Hendry for north of £2m but has failed to prove himself at Celtic Park.
Oostende have offered Hendry the opportunity to get playing again, allowing him to prove himself to Celtic or potential suitors.
Hendry arrived for a high fee, which would have added extra pressure to the youngster. Rodgers appeared content asking him to play at right back as well as at the heart of defence; however, he has struggled to justify the price tag – often copping flak when thrown in at the deep end by Rodgers. AEK Athens away was an example of Hendry being put in the deep end and judged harshly after a few games.