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Sheffield Wednesday urged to cash in on Charlton, Reading and Stockport County transfer target

After a terrible start to the season under Xisco Munoz, the Owls appeared doomed to return to League One right away. However, they accomplished safety with a stunning comeback under Danny Rohl, finishing 20th in the standings.
Wednesday supporters had feared that Rohl may leave the team this summer, but last week, the German signed a new long-term contract at Hillsborough, and the next several months will be busy as he attempts to reassemble his team.

The following players have returned to their parent clubs: Ciaran Brennan, Reece James, George Byers, Tyreeq Bakinson, Juan Delgado, and Lee Gregory; loanees James Beadle, Kristian Pedersen, Jeff Hendrick, Momo Diaby, Ian Poveda, Ike Ugbo, and Ashley Fletcher

the conclusion of their agreements.

Barry Bannan and Liam Palmer have both agreed to new contracts, and Rohl will be hopeful that Josh Windass, Will Vaulks, Dominic Iorfa, Cameron Dawson, and Di’Shon Bernard will also sign long-term commitments to the team.

The Owls may need to sell some players who are not in owner Dejphon Chansiri’s plans in order to raise money for new arrivals. Rohl will be eager to bolster this summer, but it is unclear how much support he will get given Chansiri’s recent lack of investment.

Callum Maxted, a Sheffield Wednesday fan commentator for FLW, thinks the team should target winger Mallik Wilks for a summer trade this summer.

Wilks finally joined the Owls from Hull City in August 2022 after a protracted transfer chase, although he suffered from injuries while at Hillsborough and only managed one goal in his 18 appearances in all competitions this season.

Football Insider reports that Wilks’ departure would be welcomed by Callum, as League One teams Charlton Athletic, Reading, and Stockport County are “exploring the possibility of securing a loan or permanent deal” for him.

“Currently we haven’t really got many players to cash in on, other than Mallik Wilks,” Callum stated to FLW.

“He’s been a little

a letdown, and I genuinely believe it’s time for him to move on.

“I believe that getting rid of players like that is the greatest approach for us as a team to move forward.

“He’s not really performed to his peak, and I don’t see him being a Rohl player really or playing much of a part, so I think he’s one of the players I’d get rid of.”


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