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A move for this Premier League forward would give Sheffield Wednesday a much needed boost



Sheffield Wednesday are in need of lifting after a lacklustre start to the season has seen the pressure already begin to mount on manager Jos Luhukay.

At the time of writing, the Owls were preparing for a tough home assignment against Millwall, and a home win would be a timely boost for a club who have been on a slide for the last six months in all honesty.

The Owls have a talented squad, but there is also a feeling around Hillsborough that many of their players are simply past their best of being overpaid to not perform, and with a transfer embargo recently lifted off the club, Luhukay might well be looking to strengthen in the coming week.

One player we think would be a superb addition for the Owls is Fulham forward Floyd Ayite, who could see his chances of first team football limited thanks to a summer spending spree at Craven Cottage.

However, the 29-year-old was a key cog in the promotion form of the Cottagers last season, and a move back into the Championship to a club the size of Wednesday could well be just what he needs if Fulham are to go with other options in his place.

Ayite is different to anything Wednesday currently have. Pacey, tricky, and with a keen eye for goal, he’d be ideal up alongside someone like Gary Hooper or Steven Fletcher.

The Owls fans are praying for some new blood, and Ayite would certainly turn some heads if a deal could be done for the Fulham man.

Owls fans, what do you think? Good signing? Let us know in the comments!

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