The 17-year-old has been in talks with the Owls for a few weeks now since becoming eligible to put pen to paper on his first professional contract, but as things stand nothing has been finalized yet. .
Cadamarteri’s form for the U18s on Wednesday has seen him come up against the U23 side and even train with Darren Moore’s first team on occasion, and he is being watched by the England youth outfit as they continue to seek out the next generation of English talent.
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The Star previously reported that West Ham and Brentford were among some of the clubs that had shown an interest in the talented teenager, and it is understood that – with no professional deal agreed – that interest in him has remained.
Although the talks appear to have hit a snag, the player himself is believed to be keen on staying at Hillsborough, and he still has a year left on his scholarship anyway, so as things stand he will be back next. season, whether or not a professional agreement is concluded.
Moore has previously spoken about Cadamarteri, along with other teenagers from the Owls’ youth roster, and a number of them are expected to get the chance to spend more time with the upper ranks in pre-season when the club return later this month.
Wednesdays are back for pre-season on June 20.
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This notice was published: 2022-06-06 04:00:00