Manchester United are among the group teams that are planning to make a move for free agents over the coming months, as a way to improve their wide option after the financial implications, caused as a result of coronavirus pandemics.
The Red Devils have reportedly shown interest in Burnley star, whose contract with the club has expired and as a result available as a free agent, in the upcoming summer transfer window.
The Republic of Ireland international has been shown interest by several European top teams owning to his versatility on the pitch.
Serie A giants, AC Milan have been reported to be among the team with keen interest to sign the Premier League star, but a talk of a surprise move to San Siro has become less frequent and the 28 years old might be on his way to the Old Trafford, with Manchester United reportedly planning a summer move for the free agents in the upcoming transfer market.
Jeff Hendrick whose lower wage demands could make him a perfect option for Manchester United, has managed to found the back of the net twice and provided two assists from his 24 appearances in the Premier League, during this campaign.
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