Sheffield Wednesday have had a busy summer transfer so far, bringing in 10 new players. But we could yet see some going the other way before the September 1st transfer deadline.

Xisco Munoz has done well to oversee the signing of several new, first-team players this summer, with the Owls pulling off some impressive signings in names like Djeidi Gassama and Anthony Musaba.

And with the transfer window shutting in less than two weeks, we could yet see some more names arriving at Hillsborough.

But we could also see one or two depart. It’s no secret that times are hard at Sheffield Wednesday and one or two player sales or temporary exits could help ease any issues off the field.

Here we look at three Sheffield Wednesday players who could leave before September 1st…

Ciaran Brennan

Wednesday academy graduate Ciaran Brennan has had a stop-start career so far. Injury has followed him in previous loan spells and just when it looked like he could play a part for Wednesday’s first-team, he sustained an injury in pre-season.

Munoz recently gave an update on the defender, saying that he’s working his way back to fitness, but failing to put a potential timeline on his return, so what the summer golds for Brennan remains to be seen.

He’s certainly a player in need of regular first-team football and he could be one who leaves before September 1st; more likely on loan than on a permanent basis.

Marvin Johnson

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Marvin Johnson was one of Wednesday’s best players during their two-year stay in League One.

The versatile 32-year-old barely missed a game, scoring five goals across both season and recording a total of 15 assists too.

But for whatever reason, Munoz doesn’t favour him. He’s yet to feature in a single match day squad under the new Wednesday boss, and much to the surprise of many Wednesday fans.

He’s a player with bags of experience in the Football League and he played some of his best football last time round, so it’d be unsurprising if clubs look to poach him from Wednesday before September 1st.

Last season, former owls boss Darren Moore labelled Johnson as a ‘wonderful player’.

Josh Windass

Windass is a Wednesday favourite. He always will be after his Wembley heroics last season, but he’s one player who’s had suitors this summer and as teams get more and more desperate towards the end of the summer transfer window, they start to make last minute bids.

He’s a player with proven Championship pedigree and with his contract out next summer, he could be one player who the Owls are open to offers for.

And in truth, he’s not had the best start to the season. Munoz also has names like Michale Sith and Lee Gregory to call upon, but for the time being, Windass looks like the least likeliest departee on this list.

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