Sheffield United have made a second approach for Millwall defender Byron Webster, the Sheffield Star has reported.
The defender was the subject of a bid from the Blades a couple of weeks ago, which was in turn knocked back by the London club, but it is now believed that United have raised their original offer for the former Yeovil man.
The 29-year-old joined Millwall in 2014 following a spell with Yeovil Town, and subsequently returned to Huish Park in 2015 for a successful loan spell. However, this season has seen him cement a place in the line-up at the Den, with his impressive performances catching the eye of Blades manager Chris Wilder.
Should Wilder and the Blades secure a move for the defender, it would represent a 10th capture of the summer for the club, who yesterday unveiled Caolan Lavery as their latest signing, from local rivals Sheffield Wednesday.
The Blades have suffered a poor start to their League One campaign this term, and only picked up their first win of the campaign on Saturday against Oxford.
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