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Matty James would make a clever signing for Sheffield Wednesday

Matty James would make a clever signing for Sheffield Wednesday

Sheffield Wednesday have been on a terrific run of form ever since Steve Bruce arrived and that is something they hope long continues. 

It remains a complete long-shot but with the form they’re showing currently, the play-offs aren’t even that far away and the Championship is known for its ever-changing scenario.

Steve Bruce is a quality manager and given full backing over the summer, Sheffield Wednesday could have themselves a very capable squad.

One player who would certainly be an improvement on current options is Leicester’s Matty James, a midfielder who has plenty of experience and knowledge of the game.

James, (who is valued at £1.3 million on Transfermarkt) has again this season been battling against injury, something that has stopped him being involved with the Leicester first-team.

Since, he has made one FA Cup appearance but that is it, something that could prove to be the end of his Leicester stay.

If the Foxes are unable to rely upon Matty James anymore because he’s constantly pushed back by injuries, Sheffield Wednesday should be the side to take a punt on him instead.

Having joined Leicester in 2012, James has a wealth of experience that could come in handy for Steve Bruce and his side.

Although their current midfield options are strong, one team can never have too many players and Matty James would bring something different.

At the age of 27, Matty James would be hoping of playing week in, week out but simply put, that hasn’t happened for him. If he can put injuries behind him and focus on performing to the best of his ability whilst staying fit, Sheffield Wednesday would have bagged themselves a very shrewd signing.

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