Sheffield United are looking to bolster their squad this summer in preparation for next season. Here are five signings who would be ideal for them-

Jack Robinson, QPR- The versatile defender is looking likely to leave QPR at the end of the month when his contract expires. This means he will become available on a free transfer and Sheffield United should swoop to sign him. The 24-year-old, who has previously played for Liverpool, impressed for QPR in the Championship this season.

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John McGinn, Hibernian- He is a man in demand at the moment and Sheffield United should be trying to sign him. The Scottish international is the type of player who Chris Wilder likes to have in his squad. McGinn works hard and is capable of putting in a tackle. The 23-year-old has also played over 200 games in his career so far.

Jamal Blackman, Chelsea- The Blades are keen on bringing him in on a permanent basis after he spent last season on loan at Bramall Lane. He would be a great long-term goalkeeping option for Sheffield United and has many years in him. He has also spent time on loan at Wycombe Wanderers from Chelsea but his future looks to be away from Stamford Bridge.

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Mohamed Eisa, Cheltenham Town- He is a player who can grow in the long-term and would bolster Sheffield United’s attacking options. Eisa managed 23 goals in his first season in the Football League with Cheltenham Town last season and it would be very interesting to see if he has what it takes to make the step up to the Championship. There is no doubt that he has an eye for goal.

Marcus Maddison, Peterborough United- There is a lot of Championship interest in him currently and he would be perfect for Sheffield United. The Blades are in need of another option or two in their midfield and Maddison would be ideal. He has proven in League One that he has genuine quality and his ability from set-pieces would be utilised by Chris Wilder.

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