Josh Windass’ future is up in the air right now and it remains to be seen just where he is going to end up in the coming weeks.
The forward had a decent season on an individual basis last year as he hit double figures for goals, though it obviously wasn’t enough to keep the Owls in the Championship.
That said, there’s naturally interest in him from second-tier clubs to bring him back up from League One and Millwall are one of those who are particularly keen.
The Lions, as per The Star, have seen a bid made and rejected for the player, with it now clear that they want to sign him as Gary Rowett looks to add to his side for a potential play-off push next season and it clear the Owls are not going to let him go easily.
Indeed, the report reveals that though the value of the bid is unknown, the Lions saw their offer rejected quickly by the Owls, who are clearly looking for more.
Windass has a year left on his deal with it claimed that another year as an option is written in and so it’s not as though it’s a desperate need that the Owls need to cash in on him this summer.
Certainly, they’ll obviously want to keep him given the quality he has but, at the same time, every player will have their price at Wednesday.
Should the right offer come in from Millwall, or anyone else, you can still see him leaving Hillsborough this summer.