Blackburn Rovers, Sheffield United and Norwich City are all reportedly keeping an eye on Lincoln City’s pacey winger Harry Anderson, according to TEAMtalk.
Winger Harry Anderson has been in impressive form for Lincoln City in the early stages of the League Two 2018/19 season, as The Imps continue their charge for promotion to League One.
The Cowley brothers are leading Lincoln City’s charge, and they currently sit at the top of the table, two points clear of second placed Colchester United. Their strong start has meant that scouts have started to flock to Sincil Bank to see who is starring for the high-flying Imps, and winger Harry Anderson is believed to have caught the eye of Championship trio Sheffield United, Blackburn Rovers and Norwich City.
Despite only contributing three goals and three assist in 21 appearances in all competitions, Anderson’s impressive displays on the right flank have been catching the eyes of scouts. The winger is highly regarded by the Cowley brothers, and Lincoln are likely to be unwilling to let Anderson go as they look to continue their promotion efforts.
The pacey winger spent two seasons on loan at Sincil Bank with Lincoln City from former club Peterborough United, before moving to The Imps on a permanent basis in the summer transfer window of 2018. However, despite only spending a year with The Imps permanently, the call of Championship clubs could be too tempting to resist.
Preston North End have also been linked with a move for Anderson, and could look to challenge the attempts of The Blades, Rovers and The Canaries in the January transfer window.