Wes Foderingham could be set to be at a Premier League club just weeks after leaving Steven Gerrard’s Rangers.
Foderingham parted company with Rangers at the end of May when his contract with the Glasgow giants ran out.
The English goalkeeper moved to the Gers in the summer of 2015, and while he was a key figure in the first three years, since Liverpool legend Gerrard was appointed the manager of the Ibrox club in the summer of 2018, he struggled for playing time.
The 29-year-old was the second-choice goalkeeper at Rangers for the past two seasons, and it did not come as a surprise that the Gers did not hand him a new contract.
However, what is a surprise that the former Wigan Athletic man could be playing in the Premier League next season and perhaps even in Europe.
According to Football Insider, Sheffield United in the Premier League have offered Foderingham a contract on a free transfer.
The Blades are flying in the top flight of English football and could find themselves playing Europa League football next season.
The report has claimed that the Englishman is in ‘advanced talks’ with the Blades, and that the Yorkshire club are confident of getting the deal done.
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