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Sheffield United to complete £18m deal for Oliver McBurnie?

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Sheffield United are reportedly on the verge of completing a £18m deal to sign Swansea City forward Oliver McBurnie this summer.

Sheffield United are reportedly set to complete the signing of Swansea City forward Oliver McBurnie for a fee of £18m this summer.

The 23-year-old, who joined Swansea from Chester in 2015, enjoyed an impressive campaign in the Championship last season during which he claimed 24 goals.

Manager Chris Wilder has already reinforced his attacking options this summer, signing striker Lys Mousset from AFC Bournemouth for a fee of £10m.

According to The Sun, McBurnie will be the latest addition at Bramall Lane this summer after talks between the Blades and Swansea stepped up this week.

United have enjoyed a busy transfer window, signing Callum Robinson and Luke Freeman for a combined total of around £12m.

The newly-promoted Premier League side have also secured Phil Jagielka and Ravel Morrison on free transfers, alongside taking Manchester United keeper Dean Henderson on loan once again.

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