Sheffield Wednesday’s potential Panutche Camara pursuit shut down by Plymouth Argyle

Plymouth Argyle’s director of football, Neil Dewsnip, appears to have shut down any talk of a move to Sheffield Wednesday for Panutche Camara.
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The Star reported earlier this week that the 25-year-old was on the Owls’ list of potential targets as they consider their options in central midfield, especially given that he recently turned down the chance to sign a new long-term deal at Home Park.

Wednesday are known to be in the market for a new midfielder – especially should Massimo Luongo leave – and Camara was of interest after the recent confirmation that he had been put on the transfer list this summer.

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But Dewsnip, who said ‘we have not had any formal approaches so far’ for the Guinean, has now suggested that they won’t be selling him to a rival – which seemingly shuts down any hopes that the Owls may have had with regards to making a move.

Speaking to Plymouth Live, he said, "I don't think that would work for anybody… I think that's kind of common sense really. I would hate an Argyle supporter to think that he is competing against us for the same prize."

Camara was a mainstay in the Plymouth side this season as they narrowly missed out on reaching the League One play-offs, and are expected to challenge at that end of the table again alongside the Owls in the 2022/23 campaign.

They are looking to cash in on Camara before be becomes a free agent next year, however it would now appear that the Championship is a more likely destination for the former Crawley Town man.

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