Sheffield Wednesday youngster Conor Grant on the move to Rochdale?
It remains to be seen how much movement there will be at Sheffield Wednesday today, but Conor Grant could be one of the players who could seal a switch.
The Star understands that the 19-year-old central midfielder has become a target for League One outfit, Rochdale, who are in the market to strengthen their side before the transfer window closes at 11pm this evening.
Grant made his Owls debut earlier this season against The Dale in the Carabao Cup, but has also made the matchday squad as an unused substitute on a couple of occasions in the past.
Now, with former Wednesday player, Brian Barry-Murphy, on the lookout for new players to help them in their quest to avoid the drop this season, it is thought that they have identified the Owls academy graduate as a potential signing.
Grant signed his first professional contract at Wednesday in 2018, but it has been suggested that Rochdale are keen to bring him on board on a permanent basis if possible before this evening’s deadline.
Wednesday are known to be on the lookout for a new left back and striker in the coming hours as Neil Thompson seeks to bolster his ranks, while there could also be movement on Alex Hunt amid interest from clubs eager to try and bring him in on loan.
The Star will keep track of all Wednesday matters as the day progresses, to see what can – or can’t – be done before the window slams shut in just a few hours’ time.