It appears that, according to Het Nieuwsblad, Jack Hendry’s time at Club Brugge will come to an end in the summer. The former Celtic defender joined the Belgian champions from KV Oostende in 2021 for around €4.50m. However, he was loaned to Serie A side Cremonese last summer as he was not one of Carl Hoefken’s favoured defenders. In January, the club paid a fee to bring him back early as Scott Parker was keen to include him in the squad.
Now, with Parker gone, it appears that the club have made a decision that Hendry is no longer part of their future plans. The 28-year-old reinvigorated his career during his time at KV Oostende, helping them fight for European football. This form saw him called up to the Scottish national team.
Hendry is not the only player on the way out at Club Brugge. Fellow central defender Dedryk Boyata, alongside attacking midfielder Kamal Sowah, have both been added to the transfer list for this summer.