Championship duo Huddersfield Town and QPR are among the teams keen on released Sheffield Wednesday man Jack Hunt, reports Football Insider.
Hunt, 32, was let go by Sheffield Wednesday at the end of last season. The right-back leaves as a firm fan favourite at Hillsborough after completing a second spell at the club, with a highlight being his penalty that sent Wednesday into the play-off final last season.
Earlier in the summer, League Two side Bradford City were credited with an interest in the Englishman, but it looks like Hunt could yet secure a Championship move with Football Insider saying that Neil Warnock’s Huddersfield Town, and QPR are both interested.
The same report also adds that League One pair Bolton Wanderers and Charlton Athletic are keen on signing Hunt on a free transfer this summer.
Hunt racked up 180 total appearances for the Owls over the course of his two stints at the club.
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What next for Wednesday favourite Hunt?
Many would probably have liked to see Hunt stay for next season. He would’ve added undeniable Championship quality and experience to an otherwise depleted side, and it’s no surprise to see Hunt attracting widespread interest from across the Football League.
An exciting move could lie ahead for him this summer and he could yet be lining up against Xisco Munoz’s Sheffield Wednesday next season.
As for Munoz and his new side, there remains plenty of work to do in this summer’s transfer window as they gear up for what promises to be a very tough 2023/24 campaign in the Championship.
Sheffield Wednesday’s 2023/24 season gets underway v Southampton on August 4th.