Sheffield news Sheffield Wednesday supporters divided over potential Jack Hunt reunion PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The former Owls defender is searching for a new club following his release by Bristol City today. He spent over three years at Hillsborough, racking up over 100 appearances.

Sheffield news Sheffield Wednesday supporters divided over potential Jack Hunt reunion PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The former Owls defender is searching for a new club following his release by Bristol City today. He spent over three years at Hillsborough, racking up over 100 appearances.

Sheffield news  Sheffield Wednesday supporters divided over potential Jack Hunt reunion PremierLeague-News.Com
14 May 2021 - 13:46

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! It is no secret Darren Moore is planning on making significant changes to his Sheffield Wednesday squad in the summer transfer window. Yorkshire Live understands the Owls boss is keen on strengthening every department of the team as he bids to turn around the club's fortunes. The picture is likely to become a little clearer on the transfer front in terms of the number of new faces that Wednesday will require as soon as they have finalised their retained list. Some tough choices will have to be made as the Owls prepare for life in League One. Sources have confirmed Moore will not have a big transfer kitty to play with and that he will have to rely heavily on loan deals and the free agency market. Given Moore's preferred formation is 4-2-3-1, it is conceivable a full-back or two will be part of his summer shopping list. It remains to be seen whether Moses Odubjo or Matt Penney will be offered fresh terms. The duo's deals run out next month. Ex-Owls defender Jack Hunt is available of a free transfer following his release by Bristol City. The attacking right-back made over 100 appearances for Wednesday and was a key component of the side who qualified for back-to-back play-offs under Carlos Carvalhal. Here is how Wednesdayites reacted on Twitter on the possibility of Hunt returning to S6. @hinster86: "We could do far worse than having Jack Hunt back for us!!!" @MG_Marra: "I'd snap him up along with Jamie Paterson who has also been let go." @peterhorner1867: "We need a balance between young players with potential and senior players with experience. Jack would be very welcome back in my view." @05Swfc: "Get him in solid player." Read More Related Articles Ex-Huddersfield Town and Sheffield Wednesday defender released by Championship club Read More Related Articles Key update emerges on Sam Hutchinson's future as Sheffield Wednesday finalise retained list @AndrewSlaughte1: "He’s 30... good 3 years left in him yet. Could sign a lot worse players than Jack Hunt. Everyone has opinions, yours may differ to mine lads. I would be happy signing him. Had two good seasons under Carlos in my opinion." @jazzy85uk: "I’d have him back." @jspratswfc: "Palmer will be fine in league one." @stevie1953: "Why are so many obsessed with players from the past? Having players past their best has contributed to the position we are in. Isn't it time we moved forward not back?" @RocketOwl1986: "I would actually have him back!" @Northstand69: "No way.

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. Don’t fall into the trap we keep falling into of signing ageing players coming to the end of their careers." @PeterBu1981: "Would be a top signing in league 1." Read More Related Articles Former Sheffield Wednesday boss gives stinging assessment of Dejphon Chansiri's regime Read More Related Articles Derby County 'end talks' with ex-Sheffield Wednesday advisor Erik Alonso over proposed takeover @Lbriggs88: "Ship has sailed, move on." @TheDazzler43: "I'd have him back here in a heartbeat, we let the wrong RB go when Jack left." @ShaneLevitt11: "Hope we don’t go anywhere near. Good player but we need young talented players with the scope to improve." @rob19275: "Bring him home." @MLWIV14: "Can’t cross a ball. Can’t stop opponents crossing a ball. Everything you don’t want from a full back." Yorkshire Football App - Owls Yorkshire Live has launched a new dedicated football app to bring you the one stop shop for all Sheffield Wednesday news. Football Yorkshire brings you the latest transfer developments, live match coverage, injury updates and all the daily news from Hillsborough. You can customise the app to your own preferences and stay across everything you need to know, while joining the debate with Owls fans in our comments section. Download the app by clicking here https://smarturl.it/YorkshireFactbox Here is a selection of some of the comments we have had on our Wednesday Facebook page today: Mark Hush: "What's the obsession with ex-players? We need a fresh start with a team that Moore is allowed to assemble. He was a great player, but should be no going back." Peter Bailey: "No. Good player for us at the time, but we should move on. Good luck to Jack and thanks for his great efforts for Wednesday." Rob Holehouse: "It’s time to stop living in the past and move on." Matthew Brown: "Defo have him back." Simon Tongue: "He was good for us but now is not the time for him to be with Wednesday any more." Dave Shaw: "30 yrs old. Probably got a good year left in him but think we should be aiming to build a younger squad." Dev Potts: "Should never have sold him." Martin Giles: "100 per cent have him back." Read More Related Articles Six Sheffield Wednesday transfer links rated as Darren Moore eyes summer rebuild Read More Related Articles What next for Sheffield Wednesday, Darren Moore and Dejphon Chansiri after a season of misery

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