Sheffield Wednesday winger Kadeem Harris has reportedly caught the attention of a string of Championship rivals, with Stoke City, Middlesbrough, Reading, and Watford all eyeing a potential free transfer in the summer.
Harris is one of a number of Owls players that is out of contract in the summer and with the Yorkshire club facing the threat of relegation, you feel his future is unlikely to be determined until the end of the 2020/21 campaign.
The 27-year-old will not be short of suitors should he leave Wednesday as a free agent as, according to a report from The Telegraph, Stoke, Boro, Reading and Watford are all interested.
The report claims that the four Championship clubs are keeping a close eye on Harris’ situation and are ready to consider looking to sign him on a free transfer in the summer.
Wednesday signed him on a free transfer in July 2019 and he’s been a regular fixture in their side since – featuring mostly as a winger or a wing-back.
In total, he’s made 80 appearances for the Owls – scoring three times and adding eight assists.
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It seems as though Wednesday will face a battle to keep Harris in the summer.
Given he could be available on a free transfer, it’s no huge surprise to see four Championship clubs keen on landing the winger and the fact they will all hold play-off hopes next term illustrates how highly thought of the 27-year-old is.
Money is likely to be tight at clubs given the current global and national circumstances, which makes signing a proven Championship attacker without having to pay a transfer fee a really tempting prospect.
That will make things a lot more difficult for the Owls, even if they are still in the second tier.