Three players Sheffield Wednesday could sign on deadline day, including Everton's Aiden McGeady

Sheffield Wednesday

Sheffield Wednesday have been a busy club this month.

Championship promotion-chasers Sheffield Wednesday have been a busy club this month, signing the likes of Gary Hooper, Barry Bannan and Jack Hunt on permanent long-term deals.

And their business may not end there, as the Owls – backed by wealthy owners – could seek a few more deals on deadline day in order to give them a big push in their bid to earn promotion.

The first candidate to join them is Everton’s Aiden McGeady, with the Republic of Ireland international heavily linked with a move away from the Toffees on loan.

Sky Sports claimed that a deal to take McGeady to Hillsborough on loan is very much on the cards, and it seems confirmation of the 29-year-old’s switch is very much only a matter of time.

Another deal which is likely, should the two clubs finally agree a fee, is the permanent switch of Wednesday’s on-loan left-back Daniel Pudil who is the property of Watford.

The Czech Republic international has been a sound player for Carlos Carvalhal’s men this season, though attempts to make his loan move permanent haven’t been as easy as a number of current teammates.

The Sheffield Star stated a fee has yet to be reached between the two clubs, though this could all change ahead of Monday’s 11pm deadline.

The final player who could potentially make the move to Wednesday today is Brentford’s James Tarkowski, though many supporters of the Yorkshire Club will prefer his teammate Alan Judge.

As reported by HITC earlier in the transfer window, Wednesday had made a bid for Judge but this was knocked back – and recently the player has come out and said he will remain with the Bees.

While Fabian Delph is a clear indication that player promises don’t always remain true, in this case it does seem likely that Judge will stay at Griffin Park until at least the summer.

But the same can’t be said of Tarkowski, with the player recently making the headlines after declaring himself unavailable to play in what appeared to be a tactic to push through a move elsewhere.

Wednesday have been heavily linked, according to West London Sport, and the club’s need to add to their defensive ranks means a late deal for the centre-back could still happen.

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