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Sheffield Wednesday’s 18/19 play-off hopes could hinge on these summer deals being struck

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The 2017/18 campaign was a huge disappointment for Sheffield Wednesday, who failed to challenge for the top-six.

After back-to-back play-off appearances, Wednesday were tipped by many to be competing for the top-six once again last season, but fell way short of expectations.

Jos Luhukay oversaw the second-half of the season, and after a slow start, was beginning to show major signs of improvement as the season came to an end, as a number of the club’s injured stars returned.

Despite that, Luhukay will want to put his own stamp on the squad he inherited from Carlos Carvalhal at Hillsborough, ahead of next season.

Departures will be expected in the coming weeks and months, but Luhukay will be busy identifying players to come in ahead of the 2018/19 campaign.

With that in mind, we take a look at THREE summer deals that Wednesday’s play-off hopes next season could be resting on…

ScoopDragon Football News Network

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