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2 in, 2 out: 4 realistic Sheffield Wednesday transfer dealings we can see happening this summer

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The fact that Sheffield Wednesday are continuing to battle away for an immediate return to the Championship in what remains this season means that their summer recruitment, and planning for the off-season has been made slightly more difficult. 

The division they will be operating in during the 2022/23 campaign will act as a big indicator as to the type of player they will be able to attract, with the Championship more of a selling point. 

Here, we take a look at four realistic Sheffield Wednesday transfer dealings that we could see happen this summer…

IN: Jordan Storey 

Perhaps a difficult one to complete on the eye, given that Preston North End may look to integrate him back into the first-team set up at Deepdale, however, Jordan Storey has certainly impressed in his time at Hillsborough thus far, and it will be no surprise if the club are considering a permanent move. 

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Storey has regularly featured for the Lilywhites since temporarily joining the Owls in January, providing strong and consistent performances. 

Impressing at the top end of League One, Preston may look to bring him in for more regular football next season, but should promotion be achieved this time around, then Sheffield Wednesday could be in a better position. 

IN: Harlee Dean

Keeping on the theme of central defenders, Harlee Dean is also a loanee who could be targeted by the Owls on a permanent basis. 

The 30-year-old has spent some time on the sidelines since arriving at Hillsborough, however, he could still play a big part in Sheffield Wednesday’s competitive run-in.

Should the Owls win promotion, then the defender’s experience could prove to be invaluable, in what will be a season of ensuring their second-tier status for another year beyond that. 

OUT: Cameron Dawson

Enjoying a productive loan spell with Exeter City this season, Cameron Dawson is someone who might not be in Darren Moore’s future plans.

Should Exeter win promotion to League One, then it will be no surprise to see them trying their luck to secure a permanent deal with the Owls. 

This is an especially likely outcome if Sheffield Wednesday do return to the Championship, although, Dawson has proved himself in the second-tier before. 

OUT: Alex Hunt 

Should they secure a return to the Championship, then Alex Hunt is someone who may embark on another loan spell before coming through at first-team level at Sheffield Wednesday. 

The central midfielder started the campaign on loan with Grimsby Town in the National League before joining Oldham Athletic in January, making 10 appearances for the Latics since the turn of the year. 

Certainly one who could play a big role in the future at Sheffield Wednesday, but for the immediate future, another loan spell might be the best course of action. 


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