Sunday, September 23, 2018

Brooks pens new contract to end Liverpool speculation

Sheffield United youngster David Brooks has put pen to paper to commit his long-term future to the Blades and potentially end any persisting rumours about a potential move to Liverpool, according to the Mirror.

The midfielder has had a sensational start to the season at the Championship club and his scintillating form has already earned him an international call-up for Wales. The 20-year old is hot property in English football right now having burst onto the scene and impressed with his technical dribbling and footballing intelligence even at such a young age. According to Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder the midfielder also has an excellent temperament and it is no surprise that he was linked with a move to the top flight.

The Blades currently sit third in the Championship table, level on points with second place Cardiff City, and with promotion to the Premier League a possibility it didn’t take long for the club to tie their starlet down to a long-term contract amidst the various transfer rumours. Brooks has now committed his services to the club until the summer of 2021, though by then Sheffield United could well find themselves in the top flight with the midfielder showing off his skills on the biggest stage in England.

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Dan Steeden


Dan is a recent graduate of the University of Birmingham and an often frustrated Wigan Athletic fan. When not despairing at events unfolding at the DW Stadium he can be found fangirling over Antoine Griezmann or staying up into the early hours of the morning to cheer on the Seattle Seahawks.

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