Warnock reveals Blades bids
By Tom Adams
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Neil Warnock says Sheffield United have already bid for two players ahead of January.
Neil Warnock has revealed that Sheffield United have already tabled their opening gambits ahead of the January sales, with The Blades making approaches for at least two players.
Warnock has £7million at his disposal in January as he attempts to reinforce his squad ahead of what could be a lengthy battle against relegation.
Whilst no targets have yet been confirmed, the likes of Leeds defender Matthew Kilgallon and Hibernian's in-demand duo Kevin Thomson and Scott Brown have been mooted as potential targets for the Bramall Lane chief.
Indeed, Warnock is hoping to get a head-start on his competitors after making initial approaches for a number of players before the end of 2006.
"We've made a couple of approaches and so we'll have to wait and see what happens," Warnock told the Sheffield Star.
"There have also been a few for some of our players but at the moment that's as far as it goes.
"We're hopeful of bringing people in but you know what it's like; everything will probably be done in the last 12 hours before the deadline.
"Clubs don't want to let people go and everything ends up being a rush."