10 potentially-brilliant free agents available for Sheffield United, Everton and Wolves
After a dismal start to the Premier League season, there's suddenly some hope for Sheffield United to kickstart a run of form in the top flight. A home win over Wolverhampton Wanderers and a point away at tricky Brighton before the international break gives the Blades a chance to make it three unbeaten when visiting fellow strugglers Burnley on Saturday afternoon. A rise to 18th place in the table thanks to Everton's points deduction also makes for better viewing.
Nonetheless, Sheffield United supporters will be hoping the club improves the squad come the fast-approaching January transfer window - or even before if players are available without a current contract. The Star looks at 10 free agents who could be a good fit at Bramall Lane, ranked by market value provided by Transfermarkt.
The banner flourished in the Gallowgate End before kick off was unequivocal: “We don’t surrender,” it read. Had the Manchester United fans been so inclined, they could have responded with a sign which encompassed the attitude of several of their players on the St James Park pitch: “We don’t compete.”
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The image of Pep Guardiola flat on his back in the technical area is destined to be one of the great studies in sporting torment, the Premier League equivalent of Basil Fawlty thrashing a defenceless Mini with a tree branch. His hands to his temples, his smart black shoes pointing at the sky, he could not fathom how his Manchester City side had relinquished three winning positions in a single game. Neither could the 50,000 home fans here, many of whom stared at each other in disbelief, as if the
The banner flourished in the Gallowgate End before kick off was unequivocal: “We don’t surrender,” it read. Had the Manchester United fans been so inclined, they could have responded with a sign which encompassed the attitude of several of their players on the St James’ Park pitch: “We don’t compete.”