Sheffield United will reportedly allow Billy Sharp to leave in the January transfer window, amid interest from Celtic, Nottingham Forest and Middlesbrough.
According to Sky Sports, Forest and Middlesbrough in the Championship in England are interested in signing Sharp from Premier League outfit United in the January transfer window.
The report has claimed that both Boro and the Reds have enquired whether the 33-year-old will be allowed to leave.
The Sunday Post has claimed that Scottish Premiership giants Celtic are interested in securing the services of Sharp.
According to Sky Sports, United will allow the former Leeds United striker to leave Bramall Lane in the January transfer window if he wants to move.
According to WhoScored, Sharp has made one start and 10 substitute appearances in the Premier League for United so far this season, scoring one goal in the process.
During the 2018-19 campaign, the striker made 34 starts and six substitute appearances in the Championship for Chris Wilder’s side, scoring 23 goals and providing four assists in the process, according to WhoScored.
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