The Star say that a ‘large part’ of the issues between Darren Moore and Dejphon Chansiri were to do with this summer’s transfer plans.

Moore left Sheffield Wednesday by mutual consent yesterday. It’s a hugely surprising move that has had social media speculating about the reasons why, and with no clear and obvious reason behind Moore leaving, many believe that something has gone wrong behind the scenes.

And an emerging report from The Star has revealed that Moore and owner Chansiri had different views about the club’s transfer policy.

Their report writes that ‘a large part of the issue lies with the transfer policy going forward’, with Moore and Chansiri in disagreement about ‘what was needed for the upcoming campaign’ in terms of summer budget.

The Owls have a very thin squad as things stand and The Star adds that Moore wanted to bring in more than 10 new players this summer, in a bid to make Wednesday competitive in next season’s Championship.

But it seems like Chansiri was unwilling to accommodate for Moore’s summer wishes, and so Moore and Chansiri agreed to part ways in what can only be a poor move for the Owls who are already without a Head of Recruitment following David Downes’ move to Blackpool earlier this summer.

What next?

With or without Moore, a big summer transfer window is needed for Sheffield Wednesday. As things stand, they don’t have enough players to be competitive next season and whoever the manager is will need players.

If Chansiri is unwilling to bring in players then the club is going to really struggle. The club may now struggle to find a new manager who is willing to work with Chansiri as this report makes it look like a very difficult, if not impossible job, so what the next couple of weeks holds for Wednesday remains to be seen.

Wednesday’s summer transfer window just became a whole lot more difficult.