Sheffield Wednesday have a big season ahead of them in the Championship and it will definitely be a difficult one as they currently have a 12 point deduction to deal with, so their players will have to be on top form.
Journalist for The Star Alex Miller has written about what the season holds for Adam Reach, and this has caused a fair bit of reaction from a lot of the Owls fan base.
The £3.15 million valued ace did not have his best campaign last season as he only managed one goal and six assists in the division, per Transfermarkt, and due to this, many are not happy with the 27 year-old and either want him to do better or leave in the current transfer window.
Hopefully he will feel fresh after a pre-season break and can come back to help the club move off the foot of the table and excel at Hillsborough next season.
Here is what fans said following the news:
— Alex Miller (@AlexMiller91) September 1, 2020
Hopefully the door pic.twitter.com/oNLvoPzuDE
— Dave (0v0) Dowling (@DoubleD1867) September 1, 2020
A transfer 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
— OneGoalShort (@GoalShort) September 1, 2020
Depends if he’s showing Monk any glimmer of the form he had when he and Banan where fighting over winning goal of the month on a regular basis a few seasons back…last season he was missing most games so he needs to buck his ideas up or be sold.
— Andy Walton (@AWOL1701) September 1, 2020
Play him wide left with the instruction beat your man and deliver….simple!!
— Rob Elkin (@Elks128) September 1, 2020
Depends on whether he is played out of position or not. If used wide with instructions to beat a man and get crosses in, should be good. Playing up front he’s not effective at all
— John Jackson (@Wotdidscoobydoo) September 1, 2020
Stalwart? An interesting label.
— Mike (@mikehwalton) September 1, 2020
Do or die, for the sake of the club and his career
— James Ratcliffe (@YorkshireJr) September 1, 2020
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