Sheffield United transfer news: Blades rivals linked with takeover as Premier League clubs eye deals
Ahead of the window re-opening this winter, clubs are already being linked with a number of potential new signings, as managers look to strengthen.
Chris Wilder’s side are back in action tonight in the Premier League against Manchester United and will be looking to bag their first win of the season, having earned just one point from their opening 12 games so far this season.
But there is plenty of Premier League transfer talk ahead of an interesting couple of months for the Bades and their rivals.
As always, we’re sharing the latest rumours from around the top-flight – so scroll down to see the latest news, gossip and odds from around the internet:
Fikayo Tomori is being linked with a loan move to join Leeds United. (Football Insider)
Marcelo Bielsa’s side have turned their attention to the out-of-favour Chelsea defender ahead of the January transfer window.
The link comes after Leeds defender Robin Koch underwent surgery on a knee injury earlier this month.
37-year-old Brighton striker Glenn Murray could end his season-long loan at Watford early having made just one league start with the Championship club. (Football Insider)
The Professional Footballers' Association has taken action to prevent unwanted players being made to train alone or with youth players. (Telegraph)
West Brom are set to sack manager Slaven Bilic and replace him with former England boss Sam Allardyce. (TalkSport)
Leeds United are ready to take on fresh investment and it’s almost certain to come from the San Francisco 49ers, according to Angus Kinnear, with plans including upping Elland Road’s capacity to 60,000. (The Square Ball)
Newcastle United are now 16/1 to sign out-of-favour Tottenham star Dele Alli, 7/1 to sign Bournemouth man Josh King and 8/1 to sign Manchester United defender Phil Jones. (SkyBet)
Burnley’s takeover edging closer with ALK Capital hoping to provide a much-needed January transfer window boost. Talks are said to be progressing well but there are still matters to be resolved. (Various)
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho says England midfielder Harry Winks, 24, will not be allowed to leave the club on loan in January. (Mirror)