It's been a busy week for the Owls off the field too, with the Star confirming reports that the club were subject of a takeover bid, thought to be in the region of £30m, from Dejphon Chansiri's former adviser Erik Alonso - an offer which was rejected.
When quizzed on the bid, Wednesday's caretaker boss Neil Thompson insisted: “[The takeover bid] is nothing to do with me. When that ball starts rolling, it’s football. It’s what we do, you’ve still got a game to play whatever’s happening.
"So that doesn’t concern me, and I’m sure it doesn’t concern the players.”
Indeed, the Owls will be fully focused on the weekend ahead, when they take on promotion-chasers Swansea City at Hillsborough on Saturday afternoon.
The Welsh side were knocked out of the FA Cup fifth round by Manchester City last night, and Wednesday will be looking to exploit their tired legs when the two sides come face-to-face at S6.
Here are today's biggest transfer stories and the latest team news involving Sheffield Wednesday and a number of other second-tier clubs:
1. Red Devils step up Aarons chase
Manchester United are rumoured to have opened talks with Norwich City over a summer swoop for defender Max Aarons. He looks set to be brought in to replace Diego Dalot, who is currently on loan with AC Milan. (Calcio Mercato)
Photo: Stephen Pond
2. Field tipped for permanent exit
West Bromwich Albion midfielder Sam Field, currently on loan at QPR, is believed to have little chance of playing for the Baggies again, and could join the Hoops permanently when the summer transfer window opens. (Birmingham Mail)
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3. Stockley could leave Lilywhites this summer
Preston North End forward Jayden Stockley could be set for a permanent exit in the summer, with Charlton Athletic boss Lee Bowyer revealing he's keen on signing two of his current loan deals permanent in the next transfer window. (The 72)
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4. Former Forest defender joins Burton
Ex-Nottingham Forest defender Michael Mancienne has been snapped up by Burton Albion. The former Chelsea starlet had been a free agent since leaving MLS outfit New England Revolution. (BBC Sport)
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