According to Daily Mail, Celtic defender Jack Hendry has consented to join Manchester City’s sister club Melbourne City in Australia. 24-year-old Hendry, who came through the positions of Celtic and Partick Thistle’s childhood program, has featured only once this year in the Scottish League. He had been on loan spells with clubs such as Shrewsbury Wigan Town and MK Dons. The only time of Hendry was in the Tannadice Park, where he played 24 Premiership games and apart from that, he couldn’t put in a string of performances for almost any side. Since returning to Celtic Park in the winter of 2018, Hendry has played also, in his final appearance, he accounted for just 11 minutes on the pitch. However, the report implies that the Scottish international had supplies from the English Championship side but agreed on a deal with the Australians and is about the move. Neil Lennon’s negative are continued to control the Scottish Premiership with a guide over Rangers. They have been a unit beneath the Northern Irishman and are currently competing strongly for trophies, including the Europa League. See that all their players fit in the side and they need to trim down their squad Although the Hoops have performed up to now. And by offloading Jack Hendry, they do the right thing. Celtic have some solid centre-backs in their ranks from the likes of Jozo Simunovic, Christopher Jullien, Kristoffer Ajer and Hatem Abd Elhamed within their own ranks. Although Elhamed and Simunovic are hurt and out for quite a while, both of these are seasoned and their return to both sides would be an increase for your supervisor. Meanwhile, Jullien and Ajer have done a decent job and a powerful partnership has been made by the duo in the lack of the. And keeping Hendry would have become a problem for the supervisor, who would have needed to replicate the players in order to provide an equal chance to everyone. Consequently, it is the choice by the time that is 24-year-old to move on and get game as he has found it hard to feature frequently over the previous couple of years. A young player like him needs to be playing week in and week out.