A photo has emerged on Twitter which appears to show the Sheffield Wednesday striker Atdhe Nuhiu exchanging shirts with a former Owls loanee.
Nuhiu was part of the Kosovo squad beaten 5-3 by England in Southampton on Tuesday, although he remained an unused substitute.
And he can be seen in conversation afterwards with the England midfielder Ross Barkley, holding their jerseys in hand.
— 卢克 (@justtluke_) September 11, 2019
Barkley had his first taste of regular first-team football as a temporary Wednesday player, after joining the Owls for what would be a two-month loan spell in September 2012.
The then Everton man scored four goals in 13 games for Dave Jones’ side before he broke into his parent club’s plans – via another loan, this time to Leeds United – and was later sold for £15 million to Chelsea.
Nuhiu arrived at Sheffield Wednesday the following summer, missing Barkley, whose knowledge of the 30-year-old may not be the strongest still – even after to their St Mary’s encounter.