These are the out of contract players that Sheffield Wednesday fans voted to keep and release this summer

Nine of the current Sheffield Wednesday squad are out of contract at the end of the season, so we asked Owls fans online who they would keep and who they would release.

Tuesday, 30th April 2019, 12:57 pm
Updated Tuesday, 30th April 2019, 1:58 pm

The poll produced some interesting results as Wednesdayites had the chance to put themselves in Steve Bruce’s shoes. With just one match of the season remaining against QPR this weekend, contract talks will soon be taking place. But who do Wednesday fans want to see lining up in blue and white at the start of next season? These were the results…

Has been a Wednesday player since 2014 and is a firm fan favourite, so it’s no surprise that 97 per cent of Owls fans opted to offer a new deal to the ‘keeper.
The defender is Wednesday through and through and has had a strong campaign as part of the ever-improving back four. A majority of 84 per cent of Owls fans voted to keep him at the club.

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The Portuguese winger has contributed an impressive eight goals this season, scoring six and assisting two. Wednesdayites were split on this one though, as 73 per cent opted to let him leave.
He’s been starting regularly under Steve Bruce but Owls fans think it is time to let the 33-year-old go, as 96 per cent voted to release the wide man.
Another close vote. Lee returned to first team action last weekend and some 68 per cent of the polled Owls fans want to see him again next season.
Also returned from a long term injury absence and has found his way back into the goals since – 76 per cent of fans voted to keep him for next season.
He hasn’t featured for the Owls’ first team since Jos Luhukay’s departure and it seems fans would let him leave as 95 per cent opted to release the Czech Republic international.
Another player who has had limited opportunities this season, 98 per cent of Owls fans voted to release the midfielder this summer.
A majority of 97 per cent of Wednesday fans voted to let Abdi go at the end of the current campaign.