Huddersfield Town are being linked with a summer move for Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Keiren Westwood.
The Terriers are in the hunt for a new goalkeeper for next season and could turn to the Republic of Ireland international, as per Lancashire Live.
Jan Siewert’s side are expected to be busy this summer as they look to rebuild their squad following their relegation from the Premier League this season. They have also been linked with a move for Hull City striker Fraizer Campbell.
It appears their transfer strategy will be signing players who know the Championship well based on the players they have been linked with over the past few days or so.
Westwood, who is 34 years-old, is considered as one of the best goalkeepers in the league.
He joined Sheffield Wednesday in 2014 and has since played over 150 games for the Owls. Injuries have affected him this season though and he has been limited to only a handful of appearances.
He impressed in their game at Elland Road last Saturday against Leeds United and pulled off one of the saves of the season in the Championship when he denied Tyler Roberts’ point blank header in the first-half.
Wednesday will be keen to retain the services of Westwood for next season as they will know more than anyone about his abilities in the Championship when he is fit. Can their Yorkshire rivals Huddersfield lure him away from Hillsborough this summer?