Burnley and Stoke City have joined the race to sign Sheffield United defender Rhys Norrington-Davies, according to Football Insider.
Norrington-Davies is believed to be a player in demand, with West Bromwich Albion also recently been linked with a move for the Wales international.
The 21-year-old is currently on loan at Luton Town, after leaving Bramall Lane in search of regular game time in September.
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The defender spent time on loan with Barrow in 2018/19 and with Rochdale in 2019/20, and he has made nine appearances for Nathan Jones’ side this term.
The full-back is yet to make a first-team appearances for the Blades since coming through the ranks at Sheffield United, and a permanent move away could be on the cards in January.
According to Football Insider, Burnley and Stoke now have Norrington-Davies on their radar, with both sides eyeing up the defender ahead of January.
You have to think about Norrington-Davies’ future at Bramall Lane and whether he’s likely to get any game time in the near future.
Enda Stevens is a quality player, and Norrington-Davies will have to work extremely hard to break into the side ahead of the Irishman.
He is clearly catching the eye after a number of impressive performances for the Hatters, and it’s no wonder that some big sides are now chasing his signature.
It would be a coup for Stoke to sign him, given that two Premier League sides are also after his signature.