Emmanuel Dennis has moved closer to quitting Club Brugge after it was reported that Premier League club Sheffield United have contacted some of their top targets.
Dennis has been high on the shortlist of Sheffield United for several months now.
And manager Chris Wilder revealed he has made contact with some of his transfer targets.
“We definitely made 100 percent contact. Last week I had a board meeting where I communicated my wishes to move the club forward,” he told Yorkshire Live.
“I made my recommendations, but that has obviously been influenced by the current situation where the club is losing money.”
Belgian champions Club Brugge hope to cash in on Dennis exit, but it is left to be seen whether they could get as much as 25 million Euros for the Super Eagles forward.
Dennis himself has returned from holidays in Cannes, France, to join his team’s training camp.
He has said the Belgium Cup final against Antwerp early in August would most likely be his last game for Club Brugge.