Newly-appointed Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny exposes that Jeff Hendrick’s proposed transfer to AC Milan is now in doubt due to the coronavirus.
Newly-appointed Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny has actually exposed that Jeff Hendrick‘s proposed transfer to Italian giants AC Milan is now in doubt due to coronavirus.
Hendrick is now a totally free representative after diminishing his contract with Burnley and turning down an offer of an extension.
The 28- year-old has actually been greatly linked with a surprise move to the San Siro and the Daily Mail reports that any move to Italy might be in tatters, according to Hendrick’s new national team manager.
“Covid has impacted his situation, probably. He’s in the prime of his career and he’s a free agent so he won’t be short of options, I’m sure. He’ll have good offers,” Kenny stated during his official unveiling as the new Republic of Ireland boss.
“But I don’t know where he’s going or what he has planned now. That’s his private business at the moment.”
Hendrick was hoping to end up being simply the 3rd Irish footballer to play in Serie A after Liam Brady and former international colleague Robbie Keane