Three reasons Carvalhal exit wouldn’t be a disaster for Sheffield Wednesday

According to reports in The Mirror, Sheffield Wednesday manager Carlos Carvalhal is being eyed by Championship rivals Norwich City as the Canaries continue their search for a permanent successor to Alex Neil.

For the second successive season the Owls finished in the top six under the Portuguese boss but on both occasions they have failed to secure the promotion back to the Premier League for the first time since 2000 that they so desperately want.

The Yorkshire outfit were beaten on penalties in the play-off semi-final by local rivals Huddersfield Town on Wednesday night to ensure they will spend another year at this level, but it hasn’t prevented interest in the 51-year-old from other clubs including Norwich and Porto.

Despite their successes over the course of the last two campaigns, some may feel that he isn’t the right man to take the club forward next season following yet another disappointment.

Here are three reasons why Carvalhal leaving wouldn’t be a disaster for Wednesday…