Sheffield Wednesday are considering making a summer move for Everton midfielder Dennis Adeniran, according to a new report.
The Lowdown: Moore looks for new signings
The Owls are preparing for life in League One, having not played in the third tier since 2011/12 season.
Darren Moore is still relatively new to the job and faces his first transfer window as manager, so will surely be looking to bring in a number of new faces who can adapt to both his style and a new league.
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The Latest: Owls eye Adeniran move
The 22-year-old spent last season on loan at fellow relegated Championship side Wycombe Wanderers, featuring in 21 league games and chipping in with one assist.
Moore’s influence is thought to be a key factor behind Adenrian potentially joining the Owls, with a number of Championship also believed to be interested.
The Verdict: Solid midfield acquisition
Wednesday need an injection of youth and vibrancy next season, with the team growing stagnant in recent years, as a core of established players grew older together.
At 22, Adeniran would certainly represent a youthful addition and he could provide energy and defensive quality in the middle of the park, having averaged 1.1 tackles and 1.5 interceptions per game in the league last season with Wycombe.
He has played for England at Under-17, Under-18 and Under-19 level, highlighting his quality as a player, so he could be an exciting signing.
In other news, one Sheff Wed player is reportedly set to join a fellow League One club. Find out who it is here.
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