Wolves are reportedly interested in signing Adam Reach from Sheffield Wednesday, who have not fully dismissed the speculation. Former England youth international Reach has impressed for the Owls over recent seasons, either scoring or assisting 23 goals in his last 66 appearances for the club, while he has also developed an eye for a spectacular goal this term.
The 25-year-old’s form has led to speculation linking him with a move to the Premier League, with Wolves reportedly showing an interest.
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Wednesday boss Jos Luhukay admits he has not heard of Wolves’ interest and he is hopeful of keeping Reach, who is under contract with the club until 2021. However, he knows a lot could change between now and the opening of the January transfer window.
Speaking via the Sheffield Wednesday Facebook page, Luhukay said: “I have not heard or read [about the Reach rumour], but I think it is not the moment [to be] afraid for that. In January the transfer window opens, but also Adam’s contract is long. So it is not so that Adam’s contract is finished in the summer.
“We know now we must have the focus for the game tomorrow and in January, or maybe the end of December, there comes maybe new speculation for when the transfer window is open.”
Luhukay is certainly not surprised that Reach is attracting interest, as that comes with the territory when a player is performing well.
He added: “I want to hold onto my best players, of course, and my important players. But it is also football. The more you are in the spotlight, the more goals you make, the more assists you make as an offensive player, it’s normal that there may be interest from Premier League clubs.”