Sheffield Wednesday manager Steve Bruce will be working hard this summer, stamping his own mark on his Owls squad, as he attempts to prepare a side capable of a realistic top-six challenge in the Championship next season.
Bruce will be plotting his summer transfer business whilst considering the futures of his current squad.
Adam Reach is undoubtedly one of Sheffield Wednesday’s best players that Bruce has at his disposal, and with this being the case, he could attract interest from a number of potential suitors in this summer transfer window.
Do you envisage there being much summer interest in Adam Reach?
“I don’t think they’ll be inundated with bids.
“Reach did well last season but he was not in any conversation to be in teams of the year or players of the year.
“He scored a lot of great goals but I am not sure he did enough to warrant a big money move and I do not think Bruce will have any trouble holding onto him.”
“Reach is a good player but he has problems with fitness and consistency.
“Until he starts performing to his best level on a regular basis it is unlikely that any other Championship club will make a move for him.
“He is good enough for a top ten side and he would be a good signing for a team like Forest or Bristol City, but under Bruce Wednesday should turn a new leaf and do well next year.”
“Maybe, he’s talented and is Championship quality.
“It depends on who is recruiting his position as the summer wears on.
“Nobody is likely to get a bargain though and right now it’ll be about free agents instead of transfer fees.
“As clubs panic, Reach might fall onto their radar.”