Sheffield Wednesday have been linked with a sensational move for Chelsea and England defender Gary Cahill this January, as the 32-year old assesses his options under the new Blues boss.
Cahill has won every major club trophy going, from the Champions League to the Premier League, but his time with the Blues looks to be edging towards a conclusion after eight trophy-laded years.
He’s thought to be considering his options after falling out of favour, with the Owls one of two Championship teams thought to be interested.
It would be a coup of epic proportions if Jos Luhukay could pull it off and his side would surely need to be top six when the window opens to attract such a player.
Would it benefit their squad? Or is it a big-name swoop that promises much but in reality, would deliver little?
Our panel of FLW experts discuss.
It would be a good move to add more experience to their defence.
At present, Wednesday are doing well but if a player of that calibre becomes available then he should be snapped up.
He is a better alternative to Morgan Fox, too.
Great if they can get him.
Cahill’s Premier League powers are probably coming to their limits but he would be an outstanding player in the Championship.
Similar to John Terry at Aston Villa last season.
This would be huge for Wednesday, literally the best piece of business they would do in years.
They’ve struggled at the back, but with the young players emerging it could be incredible.
Cahill has played with the very best. You can’t imitate input like that.