Blades headlines: Tuesday's latest Sheffield United news

Kevin McCabe, Nigel Adkins and Jim Phipps
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Here is a run down on all latest news from Bramall Lane today.

- Portsmouth remain hopeful that they will keep hold of on-loan Sheffield United striker Marc McNulty beyond January 3, when the current deal runs out. MORE HERE

Marc McNulty

Marc McNulty

- Sheffield United are set for a seven figure financial windfall after being drawn against Manchester United in last night’s FA Cup third round draw. FULL STORY HERE

CLICK HERE FOR FULL FA CUP 3RD ROUND DRAW

- Co-chairman Jim Phipps last night insisted Sheffield United can become a “stronger” club following their boardroom reshuffle. READ MORE

- Sheffield United manager Nigel Adkins has denied claims that Billy Sharp could be ruled-out of Sunday’s crucial League One encounter against Coventry City due to injury. MORE HERE

- Ex-Blades boss Nigel Clough says he is a better manager now after making a return to Burton Albion. MORE HERE

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- Defender Craig Alcock has extended his loan from Sheffield United to Doncaster Rovers until January 2. MORE HERE

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