Sheffield Wednesday manager Darren Moore has admitted his side are currently discussing the future of all players currently on loan at Hillsborough with their parent clubs.
The Owls signed Theo Corbeanu, Olamide Shodipo, Lewis Wing, Bailey Peacock-Farrell, Florian Kamberi and Lewis Gibson on temporary deals last summer.
Wing was apparently set to join Middlesbrough last month after the club suffered a Covid-19 outbreak.
However, Boro’s clash with Sheffield United was postponed and Wing was therefore not recalled by Chris Wilder.
Gibson, meanwhile, has only made two appearances on Wednesday this season and is currently forced to watch on the sidelines due to injury.
Returning to Everton for his rehabilitation, the defender could reconnect with the Owls when he is fit enough to feature.
Wednesday will look to bounce back from their recent losses to Sunderland and Shrewsbury Town in League One when they face Plymouth Argyle on January 15.
Following his side’s clash with Shrewsbury on Sunday, Moore shared a transfer update regarding the club’s loan players.
Speaking to Yorkshire Live, the Owls boss said: “It’s that time of year when the window is open for all of our loan players.
“I think over the next five, six and seven days we’ll know a lot about where we are with our loan players.
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“There is nothing guaranteed on any of them at this time.
“We have an agreement with all the clubs to discuss with them at this point and that is exactly what we are going to do.”
With the window set to be open for several weeks, Wednesday hopes to keep the loan players who have sometimes impressed in the third division this season.
Peacock-Farrell has made 21 league appearances for the Owls while Corbeanu has provided four direct goals at this level since sealing a temporary change from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Unless Moore is able to recruit better individuals than the players he has, he shouldn’t be looking to sever ties with any of the aforementioned members of his squad.
The Owls boss will need his side to step up a gear in the coming months to secure a place in the Ligue 1 play-offs, as the club are currently six points behind Plymouth, who sit sixth in the league. ranking.