Transfer update:What a fantastic campaign he’s had, and the Rams are now interested in him..

Derby County transfer target now ‘nearing agreement’ with Championship rivals

The postseason has started slowly for Derby County, and there has been no word of any new players arriving at Pride Park before the Rams’ championship run.
In general, not much is happening in the Championship, but one squad that has to get ready for a challenging second-tier season is Derby County.

Many predict that Paul Warne’s team will struggle around the bottom of the table in their first season after being promoted from League One.

Across the board, the Rams are in dire need of new additions as some of their current players’ contracts are about to expire this month.

Viktor Johansson is one name that was mentioned but has now completed a move; he has signed with Stoke City. Josh Windass appears to be another name that Derby County is now likely to lose.


Josh Windass - Sheffield Wednesday Midfielder - ESPN

Josh Windass, a striker for Sheffield Wednesday whose contract expires at the end of this month, has reportedly caught the attention of Derby County.

The 30-year-old’s status was reportedly being monitored by the Rams, Hull City, Stoke City, and West Brom after his stellar 2023–24 season.

Sheffield Wednesday’s last three games saw three goals from Windass, helping the Owls overcome the drop in the Championship.

Though it hasn’t been finalized yet, journalist Alex Miller claims that Windass and Sheffield Wednesday are “nearing” an agreement over a new contract.

With 40 goals to his credit thus far, Windass is a well-liked player at Sheffield Wednesday and has expressed in the past his ambition to rank among the team’s top scorers.

It always looked like he would stay at Hillsborough this summer, especially when Owls manager Danny Rohl signed a new deal.

And with that, Miller’s most recent update should effectively extinguish Derby County’s ambitions of landing Windass this summer.

But he’s unquestionably the kind of striker Warne ought to be concentrating on this summer—a productive, championship-experienced player who is also a little injury prone.

Given that contracts expire at the end of this month, Warne needs to be cautious as there might be better possibilities available. with the top free agents undoubtedly going to be signed right away.

Anticipate a lengthy roster of transfer targets for the Rams, albeit acquiring them will need another intense competition.

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