A clear-out could be on the cards at Sheffield Wednesday - will these 12 players be involved?
But which players could depart Hillsborough in the coming months? HITC Sport's four-part series continues here, with the 12 Owls players entering the final year of their contracts this summer...
Reasons he could go: A likely high earner. The emergence of academy pair Joe Wildsmith and Cameron Dawson has shown Wednesday can survive without him.
Reasons he'll stay: Still the best goalkeeper at the club. A lack of football this season may deter potential suitors.
Reasons he could go: Nothing obvious.
Reasons he'll stay: He's the Owls' first choice right-back.
Reasons he could go: Likely to continue as Hunt's understudy. A regular scapegoat among fans.
Reasons he'll stay: Is a competent stand in (although some may disagree). From the area and loves the club.
Reasons he could go: Is yet to properly convince since his move to Hillsborough 15 months ago, and recently lost his place to George Boyd - a midfielder. Could be easily upgraded (in theory).
Reasons he'll stay: With Daniel Pudil out of contract, he may be the only natural left-back remaining.
Reasons he could go: Another thought to take home a substantial pay packet. Would not be first choice with everyone fit.
Reasons he'll stay: Others may be ahead of him in the queue to be culled.
Reasons he could go: Rumoured to be among the top earners at Wednesday, a status which is not reflected by his impact so far. His fitness cannot be relied upon.
Reasons he'll stay: Wages may be too high for others, who may have also noticed that his best days are behind him.
Reasons he could go: Others may have spotted he's quite good at football. Owls will have to consider some sales.
Reasons he'll stay: One of the first on the teamsheet when fit. Could be hard to replace.
Reasons he could go: See Bannan.
Reasons he'll stay: Recent fitness problems likely to deter suitors.
Reasons he could go: Another whose performances have not warranted his sizeable salary. Had interest last summer.
Reasons he'll stay: Again - wages could price teams out. His performances have improved the fitter he's become.
Reasons he could go: Too unreliable, both in terms of fitness and temperament. May revert to being a fringe player with others back fit.
Reasons he'll stay: Showed glimpses of the player Wednesday thought they were getting in fleeting appearances under Luhukay.
Reasons he could go: Remains the Owls' 11-goal top scorer, despite having missed the last three months. Has top flight and Champions League pedigree.
Reasons he'll stay: Is the club's primary source of goals - and, as one of his former managers would say, an important 'link player'.
Reasons he could go: Bang in form. Good age (24). Has potential to get better.
Reasons he'll stay: If Wednesday have any sense they'll extend his contract, which should increase his value going forward.
Which players do you expect to leave Sheffield Wednesday this summer?
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