This comes as Sheffield Wednesday journalist for The Star, Joe Crann, tweeted an article by fellow reporter Alex Miller, who claimed that the Owls have rejected an opening bid from Millwall for Josh Windass.
Wednesday fans have been sharing their thoughts on the latest news…
“I’m sure it was a cheeky opening offer, now it’s a game of pushing it to see what they’ll go to. Hopefully we’ve got a sensible valuation in mind.”
“Would have been interesting to know what the fee was”
“Hopefully the Fulham and West Brom interest is serious as at least they will have funds to spend with parachute payments”
“Personally don’t think we should sell. Any transfer money probably won’t go into the kitty. So we’ll be a good player down and no money to replace.”
“I’m thinking the bid was around 500k and DC probably wants a mill maybe 1.5.”
Windass himself recently posted a cryptic tweet and has left some fans wondering if that is what it was about.
Windass, who scored nine goals and provided five assists for Wednesday in the Championship last season, picking up a WhoScored rating of 6.56 for his performances, prior to their relegation to League One.
Josh Windass’ father, Dean has suggested in the media that his son is ‘happy’ at Wednesday, but with Championship clubs reportedly knocking and financial problems at the club, it remains to be seen whether Windass will be on the move this summer.