Sheffield United coach Chris Morgan believes that Leeds United hit-man Billy Sharp would jump at the chance of a return to Bramall Lane, the ClubCall is reporting.
The 29-year-old striker has been at eight clubs in his career and it has been reported that he could be set to leave Elland Road this summer after just one year at the Whites.
Sharp joined Leeds last summer for an undisclosed fee from Southampton but struggled for form and found the net just five times in 33 appearances.
Sheffield United are hoping to tempt the player back to the Blades and the player’s relationship with new boss Nigel Adkins could be a deciding factor in any possible move.
Another contributing factor could be the player’s personal passion towards the South Yorkshire club and Sharp is openly a huge Sheffield United supporter.
Sharp has a remarkable scoring record in League One and even more so when playing under Adkins. When the pair were together at Scunthorpe United, Sharp netted 53 goals in just 82 games as the club won promotion to the Championship.
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