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‘He’s like a Rolls Royce’, ‘Is it even possible?’ – Sheffield Wednesday deal uncertain: Opinion

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Steve Bruce will have a busy summer ahead of him at Hillsborough as he looks to turn the Owls into real promotion contenders, with Wednesday likely to fall just short this season.

Amongst the moves that Bruce could be looking to make could well include an attempt to sign defender Michael Hector on a permanent deal, after the 26-year-old spent this season on-loan at Hillsborough.

So how important is it that Hector is signed at Wednesday on a permanent deal?

We discuss……..

George Brooks

“It’s important. Hector is a solid defender and has performed well for Sheffield Wednesday this season.

“He is a big influence on the pitch and has formed a promising partnership with Tom Lees at centre-back.

“With his future at Chelsea uncertain, Hector is at an important stage of his career and the Owls should do everything they can to try to sign him.”

George Dagless

“Very.

“Hector is a good defender with plenty to offer and he has shown this season that he is capable of shoring that back-line up.

“Whether or not the Owls can keep him remains to be seen but I think there’s a good chance that they can, if the deal is right.”

Alfie Burns

“What’s been most impressive about Wednesday under Bruce is the defensive effort, and Hector has been key to that.

“He’s like a Rolls Royce, making things look so, so easy at the back.

“Alongside Tom Lees, Hector could really help Wednesday move forward next season and if Bruce can get his attack right, they’ll be a force.”

Gary Hutchinson

“Is it even possible?

“Are Chelsea just going to allow him to leave?

“I don’t think re-signing loan players is ‘important’ as such.

“It’s filling the position correctly that’s the big issue.”


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