Sheffield United have revealed they have already received bids for youngster David Brooks worth more than £10m from clubs in the Premier League.
Sheffield United have announced that they will be rejecting any bids for talented midfielder David Brooks after claiming that they have already rejected bids worth more than £10m for the talented midfielder.
Brooks has impressed this season for Sheffield United and the 20-year-old has played a major role in the Blades’ surprise promotion challenge so far during the current campaign.
This good form has made Brooks a very conspicuous player in the Sheffield United ranks and now many teams from the Premier League are currently said to be trailing the promising midfielder.
Some of the clubs interested are believed to be Everton, Tottenham Hotspurs and Liverpool – with all of them allegedly looking to land the midfielder in the January transfer window.
However, signing Brooks will be very difficult for the aforementioned clubs as the Blades have made it clear that they are unwilling to sell the midfielder during the January transfer window.