Reports suggest Adam Reach rival interest and potential new coach for Sheffield Wednesday

It’s that time of year where the transfer rumour mill starts to get going again…

Tuesday, 9th March 2021, 12:30 pm

Given the fact that so many Sheffield Wednesday players are out of contract at the end of this season, it’s no surprise to see that reports of interest from other clubs is starting to surface amid the media.

The latest name to be given the rumour mill treatment is versatile Owl, Adam Reach, with Football League World suggesting that both Cardiff City and Watford have shown an interest in bringing him on board when his contract at Hillsborough comes to an end in a few months’ time.

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Wednesday are known to be in contract talks with the 28-year-old as they seek to make sure he remains at the club beyond the current season, however the club’s current predicament at the wrong end of the table will no doubt have made things more tricky.

It remains to be seen if anything will come from Cardiff or Watford’s reported interest, but they are unlikely to be the only ones keeping an eye on the former Middlesbrough man.

Meanwhile, elsewhere, there have been reports from Football Insider that a new coach could be on the way to join Darren Moore at Wednesday, stating that he wants former West Bromwich Albion colleague, Jimmy Shan, to become part of his technical team.

Shan is currently in charge of non-league outfit, Solihull Moors, and the report states that the club would not stand in his way.

Sheffield Wednesday's Adam Reach has been linked with Cardiff City and Watford. (Pic Steve Ellis)

The Star will look into both reports to see if there is anything more to say at this point in time.

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