Sheffield United’s season is in the books and all in all it was a successful one for Chris Wilder’s men, who secured a tenth placed finish thanks to a 3-2 final day win over Bristol City.
The Blades, back in the second tier following six years down in League One, and next year they will be looking to kick on and push for a top six spot, after seeing their playoff push fall away with some inconsistent form since Christmas.
Manager Chris Wilder will be keen to start getting his business done early on, and he will be hoping the boardroom issues at the club are resolved so he can start adding players to his squad.
One player we at FLW think would be an excellent addition, potentially on a loan deal, is Spurs fullback Kyle Walker-Peters, who has seen first team opportunities limited this term after a promising start to the campaign.
Valued at £2.25m by Transfermarkt, the youngster will be crying out for first team football, and with the Blades only really having Enda Stevens to call on down the left hand side, Walker-Peters could be a welcome signing for the club.
A player full of pace, and capable of playing down either side as a wing back or in a more defensive role, the young Spurs star would love a crack at the Championship, and would no doubt fit in well with Chris Wilder’s attacking style of play at Bramall Lane.
Blades fans, what do you think? Good signing? Let us know in the comments!