By Wayne Veysey

3rd Aug, 2021 | 3:12pm

Sources: Hutchinson agrees new Sheffield Wednesday contract

Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Sam Hutchinson has agreed a new contract, Football Insider can reveal.

His current deal was due to expire next year.

An industry source has told Football Insider Wednesday have agreed to extend his deal until the summer of 2023.

Hutchinson returned to Hillsborough in January after a spell with Cypriot club Pafos.

The versatile ace played 22 times in the Championship but his efforts were not enough to prevent Wednesday from being relegated.

The Owls finished bottom of the second-tier, three points from Derby County in 21st-place.

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Hutchinson first moved to Wednesday in February 2014, initially on loan from Chelsea.

He made the move permanent that summer and spent six years with the club.

The 32-year-old has now played 177 games across all competitions for Sheffield Wednesday.

The Yorkshire club are now preparing for life back in League One.

Darren Moore has added four players on permanent deals and brought in five stars on loan this summer.

They lost their first game of the season at the weekend.

Huddersfield beat their Yorkshire rivals 4-2 on penalties in the first round of the Carabao Cup.

Wednesday have lost key players Jordan Rhodes and Adam Reach ahead of the new league campaign.

As revealed by Football Insider on 31 July, Reach has signed for West Brom on a free transfer.

Sheffield Wednesday begin their league campaign with a trip to Charlton Athletic on Saturday.

In other news, Harry Kane has told Jack Grealish how far he is willing to go to secure a transfer to Manchester City.