According to reports, Sheffield Wednesday are seeking a deal for Blues forward Scott Hogan in the January transfer window.
Scott Hogan is one of Blues’ top earners and selling him before his contract ends is in the best interest for the blues.
Getting a major wage off the payroll and getting some money to be re-invested back into a striker could help the Blues massively.
Reports are saying that Sheffield Wednesday owner Chansiri is willing ‘to fund a major salary.’
At blues, Scott hogan has played 146 games and he has netted 36 times. In the 23/24 season Hogan has played 17 times under both Eustace and Rooney scoring twice still looking to net under new boss Rooney.
Statistically, Hogan is one of the top Championship strikers who has the lowest Conversion rate off of his XG. Hogan is a good striker on his day but many blues fans commonly ask when is his day going to come once again.
Hogan has had many memorable moments in his Blues Career including scoring a hatrick at The Hawthorns against the baggies last season. However, under new boss Wayne Rooney he is struggling to find game time so we all ask ourselves: Is his time up?
With Sheffield Wednesday showing interest in Hogan, do blues jump at the opportunity to sell their Number 9 or do we keep him until the end of year?