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This Nottingham Forest squad player can be a superb signing for Sheffield United this summer

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Sheffield United will be looking forward to the new Championship season as manager Chris Wilder looks to guide the Blades into the top six after narrowly missing out last season.

The Blades had a superb first season back in the second tier and a tenth placed finish was arguably a bit harsh, with a poor run after Christmas costing the Bramall Lane club in their quest for successive promotions.

This summer has seen the Blades cash in on prize asset David Brooks, as well as seeing United break their transfer record with the signing of Brentford defender John Egan.

However, there is a niggling feeling among supporters at Bramall Lane that maybe the club need to add one or two more players to ensure they do have a good season, and we here at FLW agree.

One player we think could be a solid addition to the United squad is Nottingham Forest forward Zach Clough, who has not quite lived up to the billing since making a move to the City Ground from Bolton Wanderers.

However, it might be that Clough just needs a fresh start, and with an ageing Mark Duffy expected to play the number 10 role for Chris Wilder this season, signing a younger version in Clough might well be a smart move.

If Clough can replicate his Bolton form and finally become the player many people think he can, then he would be a shrewd addition to the squad for the Sheffield club.

Sheffield United fans, what do you think? Would you take Clough? Let us know in the comments!


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