15 Sheffield Wednesday players set to leave this summer as things stand - including big names
Wednesday are having a tough time of it in the Championship so far, and there are question marks about which division they will be playing in as things stand - a situation that doesn't really help them plan for the future.
There are at least 15 players who are believed to be out of contract come the summer, including a host of big-name players and others who have been at Hillsborough for many, many years.
The 15 below isn't an exhaustive list, it doesn't include players such as Ciaran Brennan - with whom the club as an option to extend - and there also may be others who've not had their contract lengths verified at this point in time.
Either way, the Owls could look very different come next season, especially if the bulk of these were to move on:
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