Former Bolton Wanderers striker Kevin Davies has stated that he will seriously consider any offers from teams that want to sign him, with Sheffield Wednesday in the hot seat.
The 36-year-old is available on a free transfer following his release from Bolton at the end of this season. A number of clubs have been tracking the movements of the one-time England international and teams from all across the Football League are preparing bids for the forward.
But it is Owls boss Dave Jones who is most keen on signing the striker, having worked with him during his time with Southampton. And with Davies being a boyhood Sheffield United fan, a move to South Yorkshire would be an interesting move for the striker.
Speaking to the Star, Davies stated that he would be open to a move to Wednesday, despite supporting arch-rivals Sheffield United as a child.
"When I was younger, I supported Sheffield United but my father supported Sheffield Wednesday, so we were pretty split as a family. Everyone's different, of course, but if it's a club that appeals to you- the manager, the fans and the team - I would have to look at it," Davies said to The Star.
"If an offer does come then I'll give it serious consideration," added Davies.
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