Jeff Hendrick


Jeff Hendrick: Reading sign midfielder from Newcastle United on season-long loan

Reading have signed midfielder Jeff Hendrick from Newcastle United on a season-long loan. The 30-year-old spent the second half of last season on loan at Queens Park Rangers in the Championship where he played 11 games for the club. "He has the ability and experience to play in a number...
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QPR boss reveals his surprise in signing Jeff Hendrick

QPR boss Mark Warburton has revealed how he was able to sign 70-time Ireland international Jeff Hendrick on loan from Newcastle United until the end of the season. Hendrick was a late deadline day signing for the R’s after Eddie Howe’s side splashed their newly-found cash in January.
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Jeff Hendrick: Newcastle midfielder joins QPR on loan

Queens Park Rangers have signed midfielder Jeff Hendrick on loan from Newcastle until the end of the season. Hendrick, who turned 30 on deadline day, joined the Magpies in August 2020 and has made 27 appearances for the club, scoring three goals. This season, however, he has featured just three...

All the Irish Deadline Day deals as Jamie McGrath and Jeff Hendrick make moves

It was a dramatic deadline day in England. There were a number of deadline day moves for the Irish throughout Europe yesterday, as the transfer window slammed shut on Monday night. While deadlines were different in each country, there was one constant, the late flurry of Irish players making their...

QPR loan could provide Jeff Hendrick with a new lease of life

Jeff Hendrick can dust off his boots and show everyone what he’s capable of with QPR. Ireland midfielder Jeff Hendrick completed a deadline day loan move to QPR late last night. The 30-year-old departs Newcastle United after making just three Premier League appearances this season. But his drop down...

Jeff Hendrick could be set for a loan move to the Championship

Jeff Hendrick wanted on loan. Jeff Hendrick is wanted by EFL Championship club Middlesbrough on loan as he looks to get his club career back up and running. An EFL Cup defeat to Burnley in August remains the Hendrick’s only start for Newcastle United this season and is now being reported that the Magpies’ north-east rivals are willing to take him off their hands for the remainder of the campaign.

Three clubs Jeff Hendrick could move to in January

The latest reports suggest Jeff Hendrick’s time at Newcastle United could be coming to an end, as the richest club in the world attempt to strengthen their squad. Since Eddie Howe’s arrival at the club, Hendrick’s minutes have been almost exclusively limited to appearances from the bench.

Jeff Hendrick looking to pay Cristiano Ronaldo back for ‘hurt’ of late defeat

Jeff Hendrick has admitted the Republic of Ireland will be driven by the “hurt” inflicted upon them by Cristiano Ronaldo when they go-head-to-head in World Cup qualifying battle once again. The sides meet in Dublin on Thursday evening two months after the 36-year-old produced two stunning last-gasp headers to rob...

Jeff Hendrick gives reaction to Newcastle United takeover

Jeff Hendrick reacts to Newcastle takeover. Jeff Hendrick has said it has been a “bit weird” watching from afar as his employers at Newcastle United were taken over by a Saudi Arabian-led consortium. The Dubliner has been away with the Republic of Ireland national team since before Mike Ashley’s sale...

Jeff Hendrick: Republic of Ireland midfielder won't give up on World Cup qualification

Jeff Hendrick says the Republic of Ireland will fight until the bitter end of a World Cup qualifying campaign which seems destined to end in disappointment. Ireland lie in fourth place in Group A after Tuesday's 1-1 home draw with Serbia, a full 11 points adrift of leaders Portugal, nine behind the Serbs and four adrift of Luxembourg with just three games to play.

Aaron Connolly and Jeff Hendrick return to Republic of Ireland squad

Brighton striker Aaron Connolly and Newcastle midfielder Jeff Hendrick are back in the Republic of Ireland squad for next month’s World Cup qualifiers against Portugal, Azerbaijan and Serbia. The pair missed June’s friendlies against Andorra and Hungary, but have been included in a 25-man party by manager Stephen Kenny, who...