​Newcastle United, Sheffield Wednesday and Queens Park Rangers are all interested in signing Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Connor Coady, ​according to talkSPORT.

All three clubs will be aiming for play-off positions at least for the upcoming Championship season, and Coady is said to be interesting all three clubs.

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Newcastle are aiming to reach the Premier League at the first attempt following their relegation from the Premier League last season, and have managed to convince manager Rafa Benitez to stay after lengthy negotiations with the Spaniard regarding his future at St. James' Park. Coady was at Liverpool during Benitez's spell at the Merseyside club, although he never featured in a first-team match under Benitez.

Sheffield Wednesday were the surprise package in the Championship last year, losing in the play-off final to Hull City, and could move for Coady now that the former England U21 international has been frozen out in pre-season by Wolves' boss Kenny Jacket.

Queens Park Rangers are also plotting a return to the Premier League after their relegation from England's top division in 2014-15.

Coady only transferred to the Molineux last summer, reportedly for a transfer fee of £2m, but now could be set to leave the club after Chinese company Fosun International purchased the Championship side for £30m. The new owners reportedly want to revamp the Wolves squad, and super-agent Jorge Mendes could be involved in the recruitment of new players.

James Lippett, Coady's agent, said he wasn't sure why his client's future now lied away from Wolves, but also reiterated that the former Liverpool and Huddersfield Town man would have no problem in finding another club.

“Conor has been outstanding over the past two seasons in the Championship," Lippett told talkSPORT.

"I have no idea why he has suddenly fallen down the pecking order at Wolves, but I’m sure that there will be good clubs that will want Conor if Wolves do not.”

Coady made 39 appearances for Wolves last season as they finished 14th in the Championship.

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