Sheffield Wednesday have Paul Jones, Morgan Fox, Kieran Lee, Joey Pelupessy, Sam Hutchinson, Sam Winnall, Atdhe Nuhiu, Fernando Forestieri and Steven Fletcher out of contract this summer, but the nine players aren’t the only ones with uncertain futures at Hillsborough.
Keiren Westwood, Adam Reach and Jordan Rhodes are coming off the back of a disappointing season and may be deemed expendable by Garry Monk. Reach in particular admitted that he underperformed for a lot of the campaign, so many supporters aren’t bothered if he left the club in the coming months.
No idea. And I wouldn’t be bothered either way. To get promoted you need consistent form from your players and to consistently win or remain unbeaten in matches. Reach is far too inconsistent and can go for me.
— MichaelJanuszkiewicz (@yana1867) May 19, 2020
….if he can turn his form around mate and he is open about how badly he has performed then he is an asset for sure….I think be wants to go onto bigger things to be honest…in his head anyway lol
— Owls_WAWAW (@WawawOwls) May 19, 2020
No big loss if not
— Coops_1867 (*v*) (@philcooper15) May 19, 2020
Not for me. Good clear out needed.
— STEVE FOSTER (@djvioletsky) May 19, 2020
If we get relegated no.
— Maff11 (@Maff112) May 19, 2020
I really can’t see what he brings. We should have cashed in.
— Dan (@DanWalkerDJ) May 19, 2020
Had a poor season this year… Will depend on how his toe is. The way thats going it could be career threatening😬
— Shawn Owen🦉 (@SW18_67FC) May 19, 2020
As per Transfermarkt, the 27-year-old was a regular in 2016/17 (42 appearances, 3 goals, 4 assists), 2017/18 (53 appearances, 4 goals, 11 assists), 2018/19 (46 appearances, 9 goals, 7 assists) and 2019/20 (33 appearances, 2 goals, 7 assists), but his performances in the last nine months might seal his fate.
Wednesday could be left with only 13 players in the first-team, so Reach might be important to keep. The wide-man hasn’t been at his best, but he’s good enough to be a squad player. Fans seem to have lost their patience, however.