Sheffield United will be looking to bring in some fresh faces in the coming weeks as manager Chris Wilder looks to bring in some fresh blood to brighten up his squad.
The Blades squad performed well last year, and the record addition of John Egan will no doubt improve things further for the Bramall Lane club.
However, attacking options are looking somewhat thin on the ground, and despite the addition of David McGoldrick, the Blades boss will no doubt want to add even more quality to his ranks.
With some of the fees being bandied about now, it is making it difficult for Wilder and his board to find value for money, but we at FLW think there are a few players out there who can indeed do a job.
One such player is Nottingham Forest forward Daryl Murphy, who will no doubt be pushed down the pecking order following the Reds’ massive summer recruitment drive.
However, the Irish international remains a top goal scorer at Championship level, and he might well be someone who Blades gaffer Chris Wilder feels he can get the best out of.
Murphy was only signed by Forest last season, but with big money summer signing Lewis Grabban being the main man at the City Ground now, the forward might well be willing to move on.
Blades fans, what do you think of Murphy? Good signing? Let us know in the comments!
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