Kadeem Harris bids goodbye to Sheffield Wednesday in parting message
Kadeem Harris has said his goodbyes at Sheffield Wednesday, saying it was an honour to wear the shirt at Hillsborough.
Harris was one of several players leaving the club as their contracts expire at the end of next month, and is now on the hunt for a new deal elsewhere as he seeks the next step in his career following the Owls’ relegation to League One.
Darren Moore is currently in the process of rebuilding the team on the back of the 10+ exits that are taking place following the 2020/21 campaign, and Harris has thanked everybody at the club for the role they played during his time there.
Speaking on his official Instagram page, the wide player said, “I just want to thank everybody at SWFC, players, staff and fans especially for all the love and support you’ve shown me and this team for the last two seasons.
“It’s a shame things didn’t end as well as they started nevertheless it was an honour to wear the shirt and I’ll always have love and respect for you all. I wish you nothing but the best for the future and I’m sure you’ll bounce back next season!”
The 27-year-old, who played 88 games in total for the Owls, has already been linked with a host of clubs in the Championship, including Middlesbrough, Reading, Stoke City, already being linked with a potential move for the winger.
Harris joined Wednesday in 2019 as a free transfer from Cardiff City under Steve Bruce.