Sheffield Wednesday: The ten most expensive players Steve Bruce has ever signed

Sheffield Wednesday fans are waiting in earnest for the arrival of Steve Bruce, who will join the Owls in February after the mid-season transfer window closes.

Wednesday, 9th January 2019, 3:00 pm
Updated Thursday, 10th January 2019, 12:34 pm
Steve Bruce

But what can Wednesdayites expect from Bruce in the transfer market? Here's a look at how he's splashed the cash over the years...

The most expensive of Bruce's signings at 16million, Ghanaian Gyan joined Sunderland from Stade Rennais in 2010.
Turner was another big-money signing for Bruce at Sunderland - the defender is also a former Sheffield Wednesday player.

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The bronze medal for big Bruce buys goes to Hernandez, who joined Hull from Palermo for a cool 12million in 2014.
The experienced striker joined Bruce at the Black Cats from Tottenham for 11.8million.
Hogan was Bruce's biggest signing at Aston Villa when he forked out over 10 million for the striker.
Another striker to make the list, Heskey swapped Liverpool for Birmingham City with Bruce at the helm.
Another former Owl, Wickham joined Bruce at Sunderland in a 9million move from Ipswich.
Long joined Hull from West Brom in a short-lived move to the KCOM Stadium before he joined Southampton.
Midfielder Dunn joined Bruce at Birmingham in 2003 in an 8.25million move from Blackburn.
Jelavic sneaks into the top ten of Bruce's signings thanks to his move from Everton to Hull in 2014.