Sport Sheffield Wednesday weighing up move for out-of-contract forward ahead of summer window
Sheffield Wednesday set sights on signing defender ahead of 2021/22 season
Sheffield Wednesday have taken young Southampton defender David Agbontohoma on trial according to The Star. Agbontohoma signed a professional contract with Southampton last year, but finds himself out-of-contract at the end of this year’s campaign. It appears as though he’s weighing up his future options, with the defender featuring for Sheffield Wednesday’s Under-23s side in […]Agbontohoma signed a professional contract with Southampton last year, but finds himself out-of-contract at the end of this year’s campaign.
will be aiming to seal what would be a miraculous survival in the Championship this weekend when they head to Pride Park to face Derby County.
Although the Owls will have to rely on Rotherham United to slip up in their clash with Cardiff City, a victory over the Rams would allow them to leapfrog Wayne Rooney's side in the league standings and potentially avoid relegation to the third-tier.
However, regardless of what division they find themselves in next season, it is expected to be a busy summer of transfer activity at Hillsborough as manager Darren Moore will be looking to put his own stamp on Wednesday's squad.
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Whilst the Owls boss will need to resolve the futures of the club's out-of-contract players in the coming weeks, he may already be looking at ways to improve his roster if recent reports are anything to go by.
According toWednesday are thought to be monitoring Joe Dodoo's situation at Wigan Athletic ahead of a potential swoop in the upcoming window whilst Ipswich Town and Rotherham are also interested in the forward.
The 25-year-old, who is valued atis currently enjoying a fruitful spell at the DW Stadium.
Since joining Wigan earlier this year, Dodoo has played a key role in helping the club avoid relegation to League Two by providingfor the club.
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A number of Sheffield Wednesday supporters have been reacting to the latest report from Sheffield Star that Josh Windass is a potential target for both West Brom and Fulham this summer. Windass has been one of the Owls’ best performers in the Championship this season and he is the club’s top scorer this season with […]Windass has been one of the Owls’ best performers in the Championship this season and he is the club’s top scorer this season with nine goals and five assists in the English second tier. That has shown that when at his best he can be a very good option in the final third. However, at times he has not been able to consistently show his best form.
Despite illustrating some real signs of promise in the third-tier for the Latics, the forward has yet to agree fresh terms with the club and thus will be available on a free transfer this summer when his
GIVEMESPORT's Joshua Cole says...
This could turn out to be an incredibly shrewd signing by Moore if Wednesday are indeed looking to secure the services of Dodoo.
A driving force behind Wigan's recent renaissance in League One, the forward is currently averaging aat this level.
As well as being a cost-efficient signing, Dodoo could offer the Owls a great deal of versatility as he is demonstrated during his career that he is capable of
Whilst it may take the former Rangers man some time to adapt to life in the Championship if Wednesday avoid relegation this weekend, he clearly has the talent to play at a higher level and thus could potentially thrive under the guidance of Moore who has had a positive impact on the club's players since his arrival at Hillsborough.
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Pundit Carlton Palmer has been fuming at the latest comments from Sheffield Wednesday owner Dejphon Chansiri. Chansiri had recently confirmed that he’s not looking to bring in a director of football at Sheffield Wednesday, claiming that the manager has to have the final say on the recruitment at the Yorkshire-based club. Chansiri has also previously […]Chansiri had recently confirmed that he’s not looking to bring in a director of football at Sheffield Wednesday, claiming that the manager has to have the final say on the recruitment at the Yorkshire-based club.