Dejphon Chansiri is expected to back Tony Pulis in the transfer market next month, according to Dom Howson.
Sheffield Wednesday have endured a tough start to the new season and find themselves stuck in the Championship’s bottom three as we approach the midway stage in the season.
The Owls have endured a tough start to life under Pulis but the hope is that given a bit of time they can start to pick up the results needed to move them away from the danger zone.
If they’re to do that then the January transfer window could be pivotal.
Pulis will be very keen to enter the market, and according to Howson, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see multiple new arrivals at Hillsborough by the end of the month.
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Writing for Yorkshire Live, Howson said: “If the chairman’s track record is anything to go by, he will do all he can to support Tony Pulis in January.
“Relegation would cost the clubs millions.
“Am I expecting Wednesday to spend lavish amounts of money next month? No, but I could see one or two permanent deals and maybe a few loans.”
He added: “There have been a few names linked.
“Sydney van Hooijdonk is the one that has been doing the rounds in the past week or so but I’m not sure how realistic that one really is.
“I still think Wednesday are a big pull for players, despite their position in the table. The points deduction certainly did not put people off wanting to come to the club in the summer.”
Sheffield Wednesday are facing a pivotal January transfer window.
Given the club’s struggles in the Championship this term it seems that the club are in desperate need of recruits to pick up the results needed to pull them away from danger.
Tony Pulis will want to put his stamp on the team and that’s why next month will be so key – after all, if they get it wrong then there’s every chance that the club will be in a proper battle to avoid the drop.