Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder has given an update on the club’s plans for the transfer window, saying they are in no rush to do any deals, reports Andy Giddings of BBC Sheffield.
Wilder seems content with his current squad after the arrival of striker Gary Madine earlier this week but says he will act if needed and that players could still leave.
Madine became the club’s second signing of the summer, with the striker’s move from Cardiff on an initial loan following Kieran Dowell’s move from Everton, as Wilder looks to shape his squad as best he can for the season run-in.
The Blades currently sit in third place in the Championship table with 26 matches played of the current season, sitting just two points behind Norwich City and four behind league-leaders Leeds United.
This weekend sees them host Steve McClaren’s Queens Park Rangers as they look to close the gap on the Championship’s automatic promotion places.
This makes sense from Wilder’s perspective.
He has never been one to go crazy in the transfer market and I think this is right not to here.
If he were to bring in five or six new signings at this stage it would pose a massive threat to the impressive rhythm and atmosphere his squad currently have.