Date:Tuesday April 3 2007
Portsmouth trio Sventoslav Todorov, Jamie Ashdown and Richard Hughes have all been linked with a combined £2 million move to Wednesday in the summer, according to Radio Sheffield.
The trio are all on the fringes at Fratton Park and have been unable to occupy a regular starting spot for Harry Redknapp's men this season - and could well be looking for a move away from the club in search of regular first team football next term.
And Owls boss Brian Laws has already expressed his desire at strengthening his squad for a promotion push next season - with the bulk of the £2.5m transfer of Madjid Bougherra still available to spend on new players this summer.
The Owls' transfer kitty could also be boosted with a potential takeover or investment in the Hillsborough club which has been pencilled in for the pre-season by current chairman Dave Allen.
Todorov has already been linked with a move to the Championship to re-unite with Milan Mandaric at Leicester City - but Wednesday could be set to hijack the deal as Laws looks to add another striker to his strike force.
Goalkeeper Jamie Ashdown could also fill the number one jersey at Hillsborough with Laws keen to get a permanent shot-stopper in between the sticks following four loan players occupying the goalkeeping jersey in the last year.
Although the stopper has made just two first team appearances for Pompey this term, he comes highly-rated after progression through the Reading ranks and making his debut for the Royals in 2000.
Wednesday have already been told that current on-loan 'keeper Iain Turner won't be allowed to leave Everton in the summer after the Owls and rivals Crystal Palace had showed interest in his services.
And Ashdown could well be the man to replace Turner at the end of the season and become the Owls' first permanent number one since David Lucas.
Scottish midfielder Richard Hughes has also been on the fringes for Pompey this term with just seven starts in all competitions this season.
Hughes, who started his football career at Italian side Atalanta, is a the combative midfielder the Owls have been crying out for in recent seasons and could well be the perfect centre-midfield partner for Glenn Whelan.
The trio are likely to be linked with a host of clubs before the end of the season and throughout the summer, so keep checking Vital Sheffield Wednesday for the latest transfer updates!
Date:Tuesday April 3 2007
Millwall MotM - Next Up Boro! (Thursday February 26 2015)
Takeover Press Conference? (Thursday February 26 2015)
Dielna Doubt (Thursday February 26 2015)
Convincing Millwall Win For Gray (Wednesday February 25 2015)
Wednesday Park The Bus For A Bit Longer (Wednesday February 25 2015)
Leeds Clash Gets Early Kick Off (Wednesday February 25 2015)
Three Goals and Three Points for Wednesday (Wednesday February 25 2015)
Stats: Millwall v Sheffield Wednesday (Tuesday February 24 2015)
Millwall v Sheffield Wednesday - Team Line-Ups (Tuesday February 24 2015)
Millwall v Wednesday - Stopping The Rot? (Tuesday February 24 2015)
|8.||dooleys left leg||1|
|11. Sheff Wed||33||10||13||10||-4||43|
|14. Leeds Utd||33||11||8||14||-8||41|
|Defender Won't Make Brentford Game
» Birmingham : 27/02/2015 12:41:00
|Police Numbers Will Be Huge For Derby Game
» Norwich : 27/02/2015 12:00:00
|Wolves have shown character to remain in the hunt
» Wolves : 27/02/2015 11:00:00
|Fleming To Leave Lowestoft Town
» Norwich : 27/02/2015 10:43:00
|REPORT: Huddersfield Town 3-0 Reading
» Huddersfield : 27/02/2015 10:10:00