Date: 16th June 2017 at 1:00pm
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Rotherham United are interested in signing Sheffield United’s Matt Done this summer, with the striker set to leave Bramall Lane after finding himself out-of-favour with Chris Wilder, reports the Sheffield Star.

Wilder is shaping a squad ahead of the Blades’ return to the Sky Bet Championship, and has deemed Done surplus to requirements at Bramall Lane, which has alerted South Yorkshire rivals, Rotherham.

The Blades and Rotherham traded places in the Football League ladder at the start of summer, with the Millers suffering relegation to League One, whilst Wilder’s side stormed to the League One title and promotion into the Championship.

Rotherham are interested in signing the transfer-listed Done over the summer, and could target either a season-long loan or permanent transfer, depending what suits the Blades.

Done featured on 31 occasions in League One last season and scored three goals.

However, despite playing a role in the Blades’ promotion campaign, Done is expected to leave Bramall Lane, with Wilder making significant changes to his squad ahead of a return to the Championship.

Ched Evans, Nathan Thomas and Enda Stevens were all signed earlier this summer, and MK Dons’ George Baldock has recently been brought to Bramall Lane as Wilder’s fourth signing this summer.

Rotherham fans… Is Done the type of player your club should be targeting ahead of a return to League One? Let us know your thoughts!