May 11, 2021

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Chansiri should not sanction the sale of Windass


Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Josh Windas has attracted the interest of many clubs in the Championship.

What are we talking about?

This is stated in a report by The 72, which claims that Cardiff City has made an approach to the ace with a rating of 1.44 million pounds, while Football Insider reports that Ipswich Town, Middlesbrough and Stoke City are also believed to want a move for The 27-year-old.

Windows is one of the few players on Wednesday whose contract does not expire at the end of this season, which means that the club can ask for a fee for its sale this summer.

Should Wednesday sell Windass this summer?

Yes

No

No

An unforgivable move

While there was a season on Wednesday to forget in 2020/21, as the owls were clearly facing the prospect of falling to the third level of English football, Winds was one of the few bright sparks in Hillsborough.

Over the midfielder’s 40 appearances of ¬£ 10,000 a week for the league this season, he has scored nine goals and provided five assists – with no other player scoring or assisting more than the 27-year-old in the league on Wednesday – while has also averaged a SofaScore match rating of 6.80, which ranks it as the seventh best owl performer in the division.

As such, while a summer cleanup will seem necessary in Hillsborough to help balance the club’s disastrous books, selling a Windass player – along with the mass exodus of players outside the contract – will be a disaster for the club’s 2021 campaign. 22, in which league to play their football.

The sale of Windows will not only leave Darren Moore with an incredibly difficult goal goal and creative void to fill his country, but the loss of the player, whose father Dean, called “explosive”, would also be indisputable for the club’s fans, – year has long provided them with the greatest excitement of any player on Wednesday with his goals and assists this season.

As such, given that Dejphon Chansiri is no longer in the good fan books, selling one of their star players is unlikely to be something that improves their relationship with the owner, and may even be considered an unforgivable move by believers in Hillsborough.

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