Sheffield United: These are the clubs that have bought the most players from the Blades

Sheffield United have produced plenty of talent over the years and have seen players move on to clubs big and small.

Thursday, 10th January 2019, 11:22 am
Updated Thursday, 10th January 2019, 12:52 pm
Bramall Lane

Here's a look at where the Blades have sent the most players on loan and permanent moves in the last ten seasons...

Richard Cresswell, Erik Tonne, Elliott Whitehouse and Diego De Girolamo (three times!) have all joined York on loan from the Blades.
Billy Sharp, Andy Butler, Craig Alcock and Ben Whiteman have all signed for Rovers after leaving Bramall Lane.

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John Brayford, Florent Cuvelier, Jordan Chapell, Callum McFadzean and Matty Harriott have all joined Burton from Sheffield United.
The Spireites signed Chris Porter, Jamal Campbell-Ryce, Louis Reed, Jake Eastwood, Callum McFadzean on loan and Connor Dimaio joined on a free transfer.
The south coast club took Kieron Freeman and Marc McNulty on loan and signed Lee Williamson, Johannes Ertl, Michael Doyle and Ben Davies from the Blades.
Ricky Holmes, Samir Carruthers, George Long and Danny Philliskirk all moved to Oxford on loan and Dave Kitson and Adam Chapman switched permanently.
Chris Porter, Nathan Thomas, James Wallace, Shaun Miller, David McAllister (twice) and Danny Coyne have all left Bramall Lane to join Shrewsbury.
Harvey Gilmour, Harrison McGahey, Iain Turner, Michael Higdon, Matt Hill and James Wallace have all joined Tranmere from Sheffield United.
The Stags have signed six players - Mihkel Aksalu, Darryl Westlake, Ben Whiteman, Sam Wedgbury, Jamie Annerson and Maxime Chanot - on loan and CJ Hamilton permanently.
United's exports to Alfreton include Joe Ironside, Terry Kennedy, Seamus Conneely, George Willis, Matty Harriott, Sam Berry and Julian Banton.