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Sheffield Wednesday rejects another offer for Josh Windass as Millwall tries again UK News

Josh Windass is a wanted man.

Windass’s situation is set to drag on as he remains a target for several clubs in the Championship, with Stoke City, Fulham and Birmingham City among the others considering a move for him.

Now, after The Star reported that Wednesday’s current view was that the 27-year-old was not for sale at any price, the Owls are now believed to have turned down a second approach estimated at around £ 1million. sterling.

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The forward has enjoyed a good time at Hillsborough on a personal level and has built on a solid loan spell by joining the club on a permanent basis and finishing the 2020/21 season as a top scorer.

His blue and white form – coinciding with Wednesday’s relegation – naturally led him to become a wanted man in the above league, and the Lions are unlikely to be the only club trying to test the resolve of Wednesday regarding the former Wigan Athletic man.

Windass still has a year on his current deal with the Owls, but a one-year option on top of that means Wednesday holds the cards very well at this point and is unlikely to be pressured to sell. – apart from the financial situation. benefits of doing so.

It remains to be seen whether Millwall will return with a third offer after SWFC’s latest reprimand, but this transfer saga is certainly a saga that could rumble for some time, especially as Wednesday continues to deal with off-pitch issues such as than unpaid bills. wages and a reported embargo.

Windass has scored nine goals and collected six assists in the ultimately doomed 2020/21 season and many fans were eager to see what he could do with a jersey on Wednesday against opponents in Ligue 1 if they had the opportunity.

On Wednesday, return to Middlewood Road on Friday to begin pre-season testing before heading to Wales.

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