Josh Onomah joined Sheffield Wednesday on loan from Tottenham Hotspur in the summer transfer window.

Josh Onomah was in action for Sheffield Wednesday at the weekend, but the Tottenham Hotspur-owned midfielder’s performance against Swansea City away from home at the Liberty Stadium did not impress his manager Jos Luhukay.

As quoted in The Star, Wednesday manager Luhukay strongly criticised Onomah for losing the ball, and claimed that the midfielder was not good enough (click here to read more).

The 21-year-old midfielder was substituted at half time in what was a rare start for him since his move to the Owls on loan from Spurs in the summer transfer window.

According to WhoScored, Onomah has made seven starts and two substitute appearances in the Championship for Wednesday so far this season, providing two assists in the process.

The England Under-21 international midfielder – who earns £30,000 per week as salary, according to – is clearly struggling to impress his Wednesday manager Luhukay, and perhaps the youngster should look at returning to his parent club earlier than scheduled.

After all, there is no point in Onomah staying at the Owls and not getting playing time when he could be training under Mauricio Pochettino and with the likes of Christian Eriksen, Dele Alli and Harry Kane.

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