Manchester United forward James Wilson has reportedly emerged as a transfer target for Sheffield United.
Wilson has not made a senior appearance since September 2016 after suffering a serious knee injury during a loan spell with Derby County last season.
However, the 22-year-old has now regained full fitness and according to The Star, Blades boss Chris Wilder wants to complete the signing of the Englishman.
The Yorkshire side currently sit in seventh place in the Championship standings, but have just five points from their last half-a-dozen fixtures.
Wilson has scored five goals in 14 starts and 15 substitute appearances in the second tier of English football during loan spells at Brighton & Hove Albion and Derby.