Helan returns to Wednesday

Sheffield Wednesday have re-signed Jeremy Helan from Manchester City on a youth loan until the end of the season.

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Jeremy Helan: Back at Hillsborough

Jeremy Helan: Back at Hillsborough

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The 22-year-old returns to Hillsborough after a successful first spell ended earlier this month, where he made a good impression during his 11 appearances.

And the versatile left-sided player will now stay with the Owls until the campaign comes to a close.

Meanwhile, Barcelona B striker Rodri has had his loan deal terminated by mutual consent.

The 22-year-old joined the Owls in the summer on a season-long stay from the Spanish outfit and big things were expected of him after a fine goalscoring performance in his debut against Birmingham.

But he failed to settle in South Yorkshire and did not score in his subsequent 11 appearances.

A statement read: "Sheffield Wednesday would like to thank Rodri for his services and wish him well for the future."

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