As per one of the latest reports by The Sun, Sheffield Wednesday are all set to ship out their striker, Jordan Rhodes, on loan next season. The 28-year-old has scored just 4 goals in 28 outings in the Championship and has certainly flattered to deceive.
The decision of the Owls to send him away makes a lot of sense and it would be wise for Rhodes to move to a club that could offer him game time on a regular basis. Here are three clubs that should appeal him for a move in the summer.
One of the major causes of concern for Leeds United this season has been the apparent lack of a serial goal getter. The Whites failed to find a replacement for Chris Wood who left for Burnley in the summer. The likes of Caleb Ekuban and Pierre-Michel Lasogga have hardly met the expectations as they have been quite sporadic in their endeavours.
A move to the ranks of the Yorkshire based club should help Rhodes in reshaping his career. Paul Heckingbottom’s side have seemingly lost their way in the race for promotion and there is no denying that the manager would be keen to beef up his attacking arsenal in the summer to mount a serious challenge for promotion next season.
Nottingham Forest have struggled in their attacking endeavours of late and as per one of the latest reports by Nottingham Post, Aitor Karanka is perceived to be interested to sign Rhodes in the summer. The Tricky Trees do need some firepower next season and signing Rhodes would make a lot of…