Sheffield United have reportedly joined the race to sign out-of-favour Celta Vigo forward Emre Mor. Blades boss Chris Wilder is looking to bolster his attacking options for their first season back in the Premier League and Turkey international Mor would certainly come with a big reputation.
The 21-year-old has, however, seen his development disrupted by off-field issues, as he reportedly left Borussia Dortmund in 2017 after falling out with then manager Thomas Tuchel, while something similar is believed to have happened during his time with Celta.
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Indeed, Mor has been limited to just eight La Liga starts during his two seasons in Spain, and it is believed Celta are now ready to cut their losses on the Danish-born player, as they are believed to be willing to sell for around £5million – approximately half the fee they paid to secure his services just two years ago.
That has seemingly put Sheffield United on red alert, although they are not the only Premier League club said to be interested, with Norwich and Aston Villa also linked. It remains to be seen where Mor would fit in if he did move to Bramall Lane, as he is predominantly a wide attacking player, which would not exactly suit Wilder’s style of play, as he tends to rely on his full-backs to provide the width.