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How the transfer values ​​of Sheffield Wednesday’s players compare ahead of the summer window

Sheffield Wednesday face a busy but exciting summer transfer window after avoiding relegation.

They are believed to be in the midst of contract negotiations as they look to tie down key players, while others are likely to leave in the coming months.

Danny Rohl will be eager to rebuild the squad and add some fresh faces to the ranks, and while that will require Dejphon Chansiri to get some funds, they may have to sell.

Here’s the market value of each player right now ahead of a highly anticipated summer, according to transfermarkt…

Sheffield Wednesday market value

Pierce Charles – £65,000

Pierce Charles made his senior debut in the FA Cup earlier this year and is highly regarded at the club.

Danny Rohl has admitted he really hopes Sheffield Wednesday can keep hold of the “fantastic” goalkeeper, who could leave for free when his contract expires next month.

Lee Gregory – £129,000

Lee Gregory has already confirmed he will be leaving Hillsborough this summer, meaning Wednesday he will earn no cash on the way out.

The striker was believed to be worth around £430,000 when he joined in 2021.

Ciaran Brennan – £129,000

Ciaran Brennan is another who are set to leave on a free on Wednesday.

The defender did not cost the club a penny, having entered the academy eleven years ago.

Barry Bannan – £215,000

Barry Bannan is likely to extend his stay at Wednesday this summer.

The midfielder’s value has gradually declined with age, being valued at £4.73m when he was with Aston Villa in 2013.

Liam Palmer – £215,000

Liam Palmer has spent his entire career with Wednesday and his future remains in doubt before his contract expires.

The 32-year-old’s cap saw him valued at £1.03m in 2020.

Marvin Johnson – £215,000

Despite being the subject of a £1million bid in January, Marvin Johnson has the same value as Palmer and Bannan.

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The 33-year-old is out of contract this summer but the club are sure to offer him a new deal after turning down such a big fee earlier this year.

Michael Smith – £258,000

Michael Smith is not out of contract until 2025 but could still leave the club.

The striker has been linked with a move to Derby County in the January window.

Michael Ihiekwe – £258,000

Michael Ihiekwe joined Wednesday on a free transfer in 2022 and is likely to stay at Hillsborough.

The defender was valued at £430,000 when he arrived.

Reece James – £258,000

Reece James only joined the club permanently last summer but has fallen down the pecking order and could now leave.

Pol Valentin – £258,000

It’s unclear how much the Owls paid for Pol Valentin last summer, but his market value hasn’t changed since.

Bambo Diaby – £258,000

Bambo Diaby moved to Sheffield last summer after previously spending time with Barnsley and Preston.

Its value was at its highest in Oakwell, valued at £516,000 in 2020.

Momo Diaby – £258,000

Wednesday have the option to make Momo Diaby’s stay permanent this summer, but he has struggled with injuries and a lack of game time.

The midfielder’s value has dropped by £86,000 since his arrival.

Akin Famewo – £301,000

Akin Famewo’s market value has risen in recent years, standing at £258,000 when he joined on Wednesday.

Dominic Iorfa – £344,000

The defender is out of contract this summer but the club will surely be desperate to keep hold of him.

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Dominic Iorfa’s value has dropped from £1.29m when he joined in 2019.

Mallik Wilks – £387,000

Mallik Wilks joined from Hull City in 2022 and it’s no surprise that his value has dropped.

The striker scored just three goals for the Owls and was valued at £860,000 three years ago.

Bailey Cadamarteri – £387,000

Bailey Cadamarteri enjoyed a memorable season on Wednesday, and his value is likely to skyrocket as he gets older.

Cameron Dawson – £430,000

Cameron Dawson joined Sheffield Wednesday’s academy over a decade ago and is now likely to leave for free.

The goalkeeper’s valuation is the highest it has ever been, despite a troubled spell at his boyhood club.

Josh Windass – £430,000

Sheffield Wednesday are already in talks to keep Josh Windass, who scored three goals in three games at the end of the campaign.

The 30-year-old has been vital for the Owls but his value has dropped significantly from £1.7m a few years ago.

Callum Paterson – £688,000

Callum Paterson was once worth £4.3m at Cardiff City – a year before he moved to Hillsborough.

Juan Delgado – £688,000

Juan Delgado has struggled with injury since joining the Owls but will be hoping to earn a second chance next season.

Will Vaulks – £774,000

Will Vaulks was “fantastic” under Rohl, but saw his value drop during his time at the club.

Anthony Musaba – £774,000

Wednesday paid around £688,000 for Anthony Musaba last summer and began to show his value under Rohl, racking up 13 goal contributions.

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Djeidi Gassama – £774,000

Djeidi Gassama is rated as well as Musaba, but he certainly didn’t make as much of an impact in his first year.

Di’Shon Bernard – £1.29 million

Di’Shon Bernard joined on a free last summer but is the only player valued at over £1m.

Wednesday certainly cannot afford to let him go for nothing over the next few months and will be eager to tie him down to a long-term deal.

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