The Owls are gearing up for their first League One season in a decade, and it remains to be seen whether midfielder Barry Bannan will be still be at the club when the league gets underway in August.
Discussing his future, the 31-year-old said: “It’s been tough… Last year was a hard year for us, we had a points deduction and stuff – so we were on the backfoot straight away. We ended up getting relegated, which is never great at any part of your career, especially when you’re a bit older as well.
“I’ve got two years left, I signed a new deal halfway through last season, so we’ll just see what happens. We start back on Friday, so I’m just looking forward to getting back in. I’m keeping myself fit, and then I’ll go back and see what happens.
“It’s a bit up in the air at the minute, there’s a lot of people leaving behind the scenes and stuff. It’s not a great place to be at the minute, but once I get back in on Friday and have talks, we’ll find out what I’m going to be doing next season.”
Here are today's biggest transfer stories and the latest team news involving Wednesday and the rest of the EFL, as the reaction to the summer transfer window activity and build-up to the eagerly-anticipated new season continues:
1. Baggies close in on Tykes boss
West Bromwich Albion are close to completing a swoop for Barnsley boss Valerien Ismael, after meeting the manager's compensation release clause. The 45-year-old took the Tykes to an unprecedented Championship play-off semi final last season. (BBC Sport)
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2. Hull join race for Graham
Hull City are the latest side to be credited with an interest in Gillingham winger Jordan Graham. The 26-year-old is set to leave his current club when his contract expires at the end of the month, and is also on Birmingham and Lincoln City's radars. (Hull Daily Mail)
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3. Leeds close in on Miller
Leeds United are believed to have made an offer for Birmingham City starlet Amari Miller, which could reach £1.5m with add-ons. The talented youngster is in high demand, with Everton also believed to be on the striker's tail. (Football Insider)
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4. Barnsley handed transfer boost
Barnsley and Blackburn Rovers' respective hopes of signing Nottingham Forest striker Lyle Taylor on loan have been boosted, following reports that fellow linked side Middlesbrough aren't in the running for the Montserrat international. (Nottingham Post)
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