Over the past few days, there have been some whispers surrounding the Sheffield Wednesday ownership situation, with some claims suggesting Dejphon Chansiri could be looking to sell the club.

This came after he and the club were charged with misconduct by the EFL regarding the Profit & Sustainability rules, which could lead the Championship club to be deducted up to 21 points if found guilty.

That led rumours that Diego Della Valle, the former owner of Fiorentina, could be interested in buying Sheffield Wednesday from Chansiri.

However, Corriere dello Sport reveal that there is no interest from the Italian billionaire, a major shareholder of Tod’s, in making a move for the Owls.

The Della Valle family have ‘categorically dismissed’ the claims, which comes shortly after reports in England that Chansiri wasn’t himself planning to sell the club.

It appears this can all be dismissed for now.

Sheffield Wednesday currently sit 12th in the Championship with 48 points from 35 games, but a 21 point deduction would see them plummet  to the bottom of the table, leaving them six points adrift of the current last team, Luton Town.