Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Sean Clare has completed a move to Hearts, ending his spell with the Championship club.
Reported by BBC Sport today, Clare revealed he had ‘really taken his time’ over the decision to make the move north of the border, and having watched the Scottish Premier League leaders against Motherwell this weekend, will be keen to make an impression for his new club.
Clare had rejected fresh terms from the Owls having made an impact in the latter half of last season, although Heart manager Craig Levein has conceded the deal is a ‘complicated’ one.
“He’s a Sheffield Wednesday player essentially because he is still subject to training compensation, and we are just trying to get that whole thing sorted out.” added Levein.
Clare revealed in the report, with quotes directly from Hearts TV, that he had indeed had interest from the Premier League and the Championship, but ultimately chose the move north in the hope of regular first team football and the chance to excite the Scottish fans.
Wednesday meanwhile have made a decent start to the Championship season and ground out a 2-2 draw with Stoke City yesterday.
Owls fans, what do you think of this deal? Will Clare be a success in Scotland? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!
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