Celtic will see a huge overhaul in the summer and player turnover is likely to be at an all time high.
We’re only in April but we could be set to have our second player confirmed for a Parkhead exit in June.
According to Jack Hendry, his loan club Oostende are going to trigger his first option clause with Celtic and from there agree personal terms with the Scottish defender.
Hendry has had a standout season in the Belgian league with Oostende and they’re desperate to keep a hold of him.
Speaking to RecordSport, Hendry confirmed the situation:
“I still have a year left on my contract at Celtic but Oostende have first option on me. They are trying to activate that just now.
“Those talks are on-going with my management team just now. I just need to concentrate on my football and we’ll see what happens from there.
“I haven’t really thought about my future. The only thing is that wherever I am next season I know I need to be playing or having a chance of playing because that is the only way I will continue to improve and develop as a player.”
Jack’s comments suggest he would still be open to a Celtic return if he was promised a shot at the first team.
However, with the whole next Celtic manager status in limbo, there’s nobody to tell the centre-back if he has a future at the club.
It could get to the same point as Scott Brown who had to make a choice for himself rather than wait on Celtic finding their next manager.