A Former Sheffield Wednesday Player Is Nearly Changing To A European Qualification

Scotland-based reports indicate that SPFL team St Mirren is almost done with a bid for former Sheffield Wednesday wing-back Jaden Brown.

Brown, who was only with Hillsborough for two years, is rumored to be inking a two-year contract with Stephen Robinson’s team in anticipation of their trip to Europe the following season. The Buddies, who finished fourth in the SPFL, earned a spot in the Conference League’s second qualifying round last season, during which the left-back was on loan.

The 25-year-old played for England’s under-16 squad that won the Montaigu Tournament in 2015; he began his professional career with Spurs. In 2019, he signed a free transfer to Huddersfield Town, but he was then loaned to Exeter City, where he did not play. Although he did compete in 28 championship games for the Terriers, he was released in 2021, which is why Sheff Weds acquired him.

Despite an injury-plagued tenure at Hillsborough, he made his cup debut against Huddersfield and went on to appear 32 times in two seasons. He did score once or twice for The Owls, with one helping them defeat promotion-rival Peterborough 1-0 in 2022–2023. After Wednesday was promoted at the end of the season, he was let go and signed with Lincoln City.

ArrivHe struggled at the LNER Stadium, making just 11 appearances for Mark Kennedy before to the former Liverpool player’s dismissal. In Michael Skuabala’s debut game, a 1-0 victory at Leyton Orient, he started the second game after coming off the bench against Stevenage. But he only made two more appearances before being loaned to St Mirren during the January transfer window.

He only made seven appearances and started once while he was north of the border, but he left enough of an impression to suggest a deal might be on the horizon. Although Brown is still under contract with the Imps, it is anticipated that a transfer would cost little to nothing in order to enable Brown to play football on a regular basis.

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