Darren Moore has confirmed that decisions have been made on the immediate futures of Owls youngsters.
With a raft of Under-23s nearing the end of their contracts, Moore said he felt it fitting the players are told now to allow for potential moves elsewhere with the season still live.
Moore’s stance also opens the door for fresh faces coming into S6 during the closing stages of the 23s campaign.
He said: “We’ve made some decisions and I think it’s right that you give younger players the opportunity to go and play and secure contracts elsewhere.
“With the handful of games left in the Under-23s, it presents the opportunity for us to look at one or two potential targets to bring them in and put them in training sessions and games.”
The following players will be leaving Hillsborough upon the expiry of their current contracts:
Kwame Boateng, Alex Bonnington, Josh Dawodu, Lewis Farmer, Charles Hagan, Jayden Onen, Josh Render, Declan Thompson and Liam Waldock.
Sheffield Wednesday would like to thank all the young players for their services and wish them well for the future.