BREAKING NEWS : Sheffield Wednesday transfer news and rumours as Owls eye four new signings

Sheffield Wednesday appear to be preparing for a busy summer in the transfer market.

Sheffield Wednesday can now begin their summer preparations after avoiding relegation in the Championship with a 2-0 win at Sunderland on the final day of the season.
And it appears that owner Dejphon Chansiri is doing everything he can to keep Danny Rohl at S6, including improving the training facility and discussing a new contract for the German manager.

The Owls are also being linked with a few players. This article summarizes the most recent Sheffield Wednesday transfer news and rumors.

Sheffield Wednesday keeping an eye on Duncan McGuire.
During the winter transfer window, Sheffield Wednesday failed to sign Orlando City and USMNT striker Duncan McGuire.

Sheffield Wednesday transfer news and rumours as Owls eye four new signings  - Sheffield Wednesday News

McGuire’s deadline day was frantic, as he traveled between Blackburn Rovers and Wednesday in the hopes of securing a move to the Championship.

In the end, he missed out on both and is now back with Orlando City, where he has four goals in nine games this season. Orlando City SC provides update on Duncan McGuire contract status | Orlando  City

Sheffield Wednesday are said to have maintained watch of McGuire, who has offers from Belgium and Germany.

Sheffield Wednesday considering a loan for James Beadle.
In January, the Owls signed 19-year-old goalkeeper James Beadle on loan from Brighton.

He went on to maintain eight clean sheets in 19 league appearances for Wednesday, contributing significantly to the club’s eventual success.
Since the end of the season, Alan Nixon has stated that Sheffield Wednesday want to re-sign Beadle on loan, with the teenager out of the first-team picture at Brighton.

Clubs join the race to sign Ian Poveda.
It’s no secret that Sheffield Wednesday wants to bring Ian Poveda back to Hillsborough permanently this summer.

He is out of contract at Leeds United, but the Owls face new competition for his services, with reports on Friday stating that Burnley, Luton Town, and Sunderland are all interested in the 24-year-old.

His Leeds side is still in the Championship play-offs, so his future is likely to be apparent once their season is over.

Di’Shon Bernard wanted to
Sheffield Wednesday would like to keep Di’Shon Bernard beyond this summer, but he is also being pursued by other clubs.

The 23-year-old centre-back’s contract expires next month, and sources suggest that Bernard is attracting interest from the Championship and elsewhere in Europe.

There is no indication of whether he will stay in S6, but Sheffield Wednesday are anxious to keep him.
Sheffield Wednesday fancy Ike Ugbo Reunion

Ike Ugbo was the first of three players to sign a loan in January.

He was followed by Beadle and Poveda through the doors, and Sheffield Wednesday are also interested in re-signing him this summer, with Troyes facing relegation to France’s third division.

The Owls are thought to be looking at a permanent contract, but whether they have the wherewithal to make it happen remains to be seen.

George Byers is receiving great interest.
George Byers is one player who has been confirmed to leave this summer, according to reports.

The midfielder will depart Sheffield Wednesday after three seasons, having spent the second half of the 2023/24 season on loan at Blackpool.

He is due to become a free agent, although a number of League One clubs, notably Sheffield Wednesday’s South Yorkshire rivals Barnsley and Rotherham United, have already expressed interest.

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