June 15, 2024

SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 19: Anthony Musaba of Sheffield Wednesday celebrates after scoring the team's first goal during the Sky Bet Championship match between Sheffield Wednesday and Middlesbrough at Hillsborough on September 19, 2023 in Sheffield, England. (Photo by George Wood/Getty Images)

KEY POINTS
Danny Rohl’s team survived the championship despite a poor start under Xisco Munoz.

Players without contracts, such as powerful Liam Palmer, require fresh agreements.
If appropriate offers come forward, potential leavers like Mallik Wilks should be permitted.
Sheffield Wednesday’s summer is going to be exciting because they managed to survive the Championship.

following a terrible start to the season under Xisco Munoz, the Owls appeared destined to return to League One right away. However, they secured safety following an incredible comeback under Danny Rohl.

Wednesday was one of the division’s best teams in the second half of the season, and their six-game winning streak—which included three straight wins—guaranteed them a spot in the second division.Now that the season is over, the Owls will lose some of their most important loan players—James Beadle, Ian Poveda, and Ike Ugbo, for example—and have 19 players out of contract, which means a major rebuild may be in store this summer. Rohl will be eager to hang on to his stars, and the team will need to move quickly to lock down the players who are out of contract to new deals because they may receive offers from other teams, and some of the players who are still under contract at Hillsborough will probably draw interest as well. With that in mind, we looked at some

When winger Anthony Musaba joined the Owls on a free transfer from Monaco in August, it was thought that he was an exciting addition, and he had a great first season.

Although it took him some time to get used to Hillsborough, Musaba has come a long way since Rohl took over in October. However, he was by no means the only player to suffer during Munoz’s first season.

With eight goals and five assists in 48 appearances across all competitions, the 23-year-old was Wednesday’s top scorer this season. He also contributed five assists. Crucially, he helped the team survive by putting on standout performances in the final-day victories over West Bromwich Albion and Blackburn Rovers.

Musaba is an athlete.

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