According to the Sheffield Star, Fulham, West Brom and QPR are interested in signing Josh Windass from Sheffield Wednesday.
The attacker has endured something of an indifferent season for the Owls, but even though the Yorkshire club are staring relegation to League One in the face, the attacker seemingly has an escape route to the Championship.
West Brom and Fulham look destined to be relegated from the Premier League, so they will be looking to reshape their squad for life back in the second division, while QPR will be hoping to improve on what has been a poor campaign.
Of course, Wednesday could keep hold of Windass, he still has time left on his contract and the Owls may still escape relegation with a final-day win against Derby County.
It’s not all that surprising to hear that Windass has attracted interest from the Championship. He’s been one of Wednesday’s better performers this season, and in a better team, he may be a real asset at this level.
Wednesday may well suffer a mass exodus this summer. After all, a number of players are out of contract and there’s plenty of players in their squad who probably deem themselves good enough to play above League One level.
Windass’ situation is certainly one to keep an eye on in the coming months.