Report: Sheffield Wednesday renew partnership with Doyen Sports for £295k

Sheffield Wednesday - The Owls

The Owls have been impressive in both the transfer market and on the pitch.

Sheffield Wednesday have done some excellent business in recent times and that has resulted in them moving into a serious promotion fight.

The Owls are looking like trying to force their way into the Championship play-off places.

Now it has been reported by a Portuguese source that Sheffield Wednesday will continue their working partnership with a company who have done a lot of their scouting for them.

Record in Portugal claim that Sheffield Wednesday have paid a fee of €400,000 (£295,000) to continue the relationship with Doyen Sports.

The company, based in Malta, has been in the news in the past for controversial deals involving Marcos Rojo, Neymar and Eliaquim Mangala.

But they are not just involved in the bigger deals in football and appear to have been very helpful to Wednesday's recruitment process.

The deal runs until May 2016 and Owls fans will hope it will see more players such as Lucas Joao, Modou Sougou and Alex Lopez arrive at Hillsborough for the current campaign.

The Yorkshire club, currently owned by Dejphon Chansiri, have big aspirations and this partnership should undoubtedly help them get to their end goal.

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