Sheffield Wednesday have opened talks with Tottenham Hotspur over the signing of midfielder Josh Onomah on a permanent deal this summer, according to a report by Football Insider.
The 22-year-old made 15 Championship appearances for the Owls last season, after joining from Spurs on a season-long loan and new manager Steve Bruce is keen to re-sign him on a permanent deal.
Sheffield Wednesday finished 12th in the Championship table this season, ten points outside the play-off places, but enjoyed a remarkable turnaround in the second half of the campaign after Bruce took charge at Hillsborough.
Bruce will be looking to put his own stamp on the squad this summer and has already released several key players, as he looks to build a team who can challenge for promotion next season.
The Owls boss is somebody who knows Onomah well, having signed him while in charge of Aston Villa last season, where he scored four goals in 33 Championship appearances.
Onomah is a good player and could be a good signing for Sheffield Wednesday.
He is unlikely to get a chance in the first-team at Spurs under Mauricio Pochettino and perhaps would be open to signing for the Owls on a permanent deal.
Bruce is clearly a big fan of the midfielder and has proven that he can the best out of him in the past, so he could develop him into a top player in the Championship.
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