Another of Sheffield Wednesday’s recent loanees is the subject of interest from Fulham, reports suggest.
The recently relegated side have already been linked with a move for Michael Hector, the Chelsea defender who is Wednesday’s reigning player of the season.
But according to the Telegraph, the Chelsea defender may not be alone in making Fulham’s wishlist after a spell at Hillsborough.
The newspaper claims that Josh Onomah, the Tottenham Hotspur midfielder, could join Fulham as part of a deal to take Ryan Sessegnon in the opposite direction.
Like Hector, Onomah was understood to have remained in Sheffield Wednesday’s sights following his return to London.
But it remains to seen how Steve Bruce’s defection to Newcastle United will affect the Owls’ hopes of landing the pair. Onomah, who also played under Bruce at Aston Villa, is valued at £10 million, according to the Sun.
Wednesday have already signed one new player, Julian Börner, in Hector’s position, and have allowed Josh McEachran, who plays in Onomah’s, to train with them in recent weeks.