Sheffield United are enjoying a sensational season so far, and currently occupy third spot in the Sky Bet Championship table.
The Blades recorded an excellent win on Saturday as they downed Jaap Stam’s Reading 2-1 at Bramall Lane.
A fantastic goal from midfielder Paul Coutts and a strike from Billy Sharp secured the win for Chris Wilder’s men.
The Blades boss may have one eye on the January transfer window, and could be looking for players to bolster the squad and enhance their promotion credentials.
United were very keen on Watford forward Jerome Sinclair in the summer, but a move failed to happen.
Should Wilder revitalise the Blades’ interest in the £1.35m-rated forward in January?
The writers here at FLW issue their verdicts…..
Looking at how well Wilder’s squad, particularly his strikeforce, are doing at this current time, you would be tempted to say no, but for me, I completely would.
The Blades look like mounting a serious push for promotion this season, and if they are to maintain their current challenge, January additions will be key.
Sinclair would certainly improve Wilder’s hand – He’d be a class signing.
I think they should.
Sinclair’s career has really stalled after it seemed as though he wanted to leave Liverpool to play more football.
Instead, he’s sat on Watford’s bench and he needs minutes somewhere else. The Blades could be perfect to help start unlocking his potential.
Do it Wilder.
No, the Blades are fine without him.
Chris Wilder stated that he wasn’t happy with Sinclair’s attitude after a deal fell through in August and it should be something the striker regrets.
Sheffield United don’t need anyone who could disrupt the great spirit they’ve built and they will only go for a forward who will be definite upgrade on what they have, you can’t say Sinclair is that.