Speaking earlier in the week, ex-Owls midfielder David Prutton gave a scathing analysis on the situation at the club, and claimed: “We are looking at (Dejphon) Chansiri solely from a football ownership point of view… Given what has happened from the pandemic, these are very wealthy men who have got a lot of fingers in pies across the world that have been affected and that is just the way of the world.
“Far be it from me to know or understand the real depths of all that type of stuff.
“Lurching from disaster to disaster. Players again not being paid and not being paid in the run-up to this one. Whatever your earnings are, your living is relative to all of that.
“Just because it is vastly different to the person living in the streets wage doesn't mean to say it is any less relevant or any less important. They need someone to look at that from the running side of the football club in a practical and un-emotive way."
Meanwhile, the Star understand that manager Darren Moore played a key role in deciding which youth players were handed new deals earlier in the week, as he looks to reshape the playing squad from top to bottom.
Here are today's biggest transfer stories and the latest team news involving Sheffield Wednesday and the rest of the Championship, as the reaction to last season and the build-up to summer transfer window continues: