Sheff Utd are reportedly close to signing three players in the coming days, including two from Derby County.
Chris Wilder’s side are preparing for the new Premier League season after finishing ninth last campaign.
They’ve so far brought in two goalkeepers to replace departed loanee Dean Henderson.
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Aaron Ramsdale signed for £18.5 million from Bournemouth and Wes Foderingham signed on a free from Rangers.
And now, according to Sky Sports, the Blades are on the verge of signing three new players.
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They’re currently in talks with Derby to sign defensive duo Jayden Bogle and Max Lowe for a combined £15 million fee.
Wilder wants Bogle to provide backup for first choice right wing-back George Baldock.
The 20-year-old is a promising young player who has represented England at U20 level.
He’s played over 70 times in the Championship and could excel under Wilder’s management.
Meanwhile, Max Lowe will provide backup for left wing-back Enda Stevens if the deal goes through.
He’s another Derby academy graduate that played 29 times in the Championship last season.
The third player that the Blades are in the running for is West Brom forward Oliver Burke. The Scottish international is back at West Brom after playing on loan last season in Spain.
He even had a short spell in Germany after joining RB Leipzig for £13 million as a 19-year-old.
Burke has struggled with goals in recent seasons but could form an important part of Wilder’s plans in the future.
The deal could see Callum Robinson go in the opposite direction, depending on the club’s valuation of both players.
His current attacking options include Oli McBurnie, Lys Mousset, Billy Sharp and David McGoldrick.
Despite the side having an impressive first season back in the top flight, Sheff Utd struggled for goals at times.
Mousset was the side’s top scorer, reaching six goals and four assists in 33 league games. McBurnie also finished on six goals, while midfielders John Lundtsram and John Fleck both finished on five each.