Sport Jack Hendry hits post Celtic transfer stumbling block as Club Brugge 'reject' bid from English club
“Been told”: Sky Sports journo drops transfer claim, Celtic supporters will be gutted - opinion
Sky Sports journalist Anthony Joseph has shared a claim regarding Celtic's reported transfer interest in Jordan LarssonSpeaking to GIVEMESPORT, Joseph shed some new light on the situation.
Jack Hendry's potential move back to the UK isn't set to come easily as Club Brugge knocked back a Burnley bid for the former Celtic defender.
The 27-year-old was brought to Parkhead by Brendan Rodgers in 2018 and left permanently last year after finding minutes hard to come by on a regular basis. A successful loan at Oostende fromin the Belgian First Division was turned permanent and he moved on to the eventual champions last summer. Former Anderlecht manager Vincent Kompany is now manager at Turf Moor after their Premier League relegation and is an admirer of Hendry.
Charles De Ketelaere: ‘Last effort’ from AC Milan as Serie A giants draw up improved offer for Leeds-linked star
The Charles De Ketelaere transfer saga could soon end as AC Milan plan to launch a new offer for the man wanted by Leeds.AC Milan officials recently travelled to Belgium to finalise a deal with Club Brugge. After returning from the meeting, Rossoneri director Paolo Maldini called the talks ‘good’ and revealed Milan were ‘confident’ of signing De Ketelaere.
It is reported bythat the English Championship newcomers have launched a bid but the Belgian heavyweights have 'rejected' their attempt to bring him back to UK football. Hendry has established himself as a Scotland international with his time abroad on top of experiencing group stage football against clubs like PSG.
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It's been a busy summer of comings and goings atbut now attentions turns to Premiership action beginning on Sunday.
Aberdeen travel to Glasgow for Celtic's flag day and they will look for a strong start, with rivals Rangers playing the day previous.
Jack Hendry admired by Vincent Kompany as Belgian 'bids' for defender one year after Celtic exit
The defender's move to Celtic Park did not work as well as he would have hoped but he has since rebuilt himself in Belgium and a move to England is on the cards. It's been a good couple of seasons for the Scotland international after an initial season-long loan move to Belgian First Division side Oostende won a move to the nation's heavyweights Club Brugge. The English Championship club have 'made a bid' for Hendry 12 months after leaving Celtic, according to the Daily Mail.
So far, they have signed Daizen Maeda, Benjamin Siegrist, Cameron Carter-Vickers,, Jota, Moritz Jenz and Aaron Mooy.
Mark Hendry: Celtic not looking to sign "creative" 22-goal ace , Ange should be gutted - opinion .
Celtic are not looking to sign Barcelona youngster Alex Collado this summer according to Mark HendryIn a recent Twitter post, Hendry had this to say on the matter.