Wolverhampton Wanderers reportedly still hold an interest in Jack Hendry.
90min reported a few months ago the club were eyeing the centre-half.
It was claimed that Celtic player Hendry would turn his move to Belgian club Oostende permanent for the fee negotiated between the clubs last year – believed to be £2 million.
TEAMtalk have claimed today that Oostende are still planning to sell Hendry.
Wolves are mentioned, along with five other Premier League clubs, as being interested.
One would imagine that there could be some movement on the situation soon, with Hendry no longer on Euro 2020 duty with Scotland.
Steve Clarke’s side came bottom of Group D, picking up just one point.
Wolves should not be tempted
Oostende may be looking to make a quick buck on Hendry, but Wolves should be setting their sights higher.
He has undoubtedly turned things round for himself with his spell in Belgium.
But surely there are better options out there.
James Tarkowski, for example, is surely worth a pursuit.
He’s going into his final year at Burnley, and Wolves should definitely be looking to sign the Englishman.