Having move to Teesside on loan from KRC Genk in his homeland of Belgium, Vossen, 26, impressed in the Championship with his work-rate and technical ability. He may have struggled in front of goal - with Patrick Bamford stealing the limelight - but there is no doubting his ability.
The 12-capped Belgian international ended his loan spell following Boro’s defeat in the play-off final, but he is not wanted back at Genk next season, and Aitor Karanka has been linked with making a move for Vossen on a permanent deal - as per the Northern Echo.
However, the report in HLN has reported on new interest from the Championship, with Sheffield Wednesday keen to sign Vossen ahead of a push fro promotion next season.
The Owls are under new ownership, and are set to appoint Carlos Carvalhal as their new head coach in the coming days, with a view to bring in Vossen as the first signing of his management reign.
It is stated that Vossen is available on a permanent deal for a fee of £2.2 million, which may be too high for Wednesday to see through. However, Genk may be willing to lower their valuation should Vossen push a transfer through, as he intends to be playing in England next season.