Exclusive: Sheffield United agree new deal with premier league club.

Sheffield United are reportedly close to agreeing a new deal with Liverpool-linked midfielder Oliver Arblaster.

At Bramall Lane, the 19-year-old is well-liked and seen as a future first-team player. Under the guidance of former Blades coach Andy Crosby, he made an impression in League One during his first half of the season while on loan at Port Vale.

Despite the Championship’s interest, he was brought back to South Yorkshire last month and did not venture abroad again. Although the midfielder has been linked to Premier League powerhouse Liverpool, The Star reports Sheffield United and the player are almost at an agreement about a new contract.

Chris Wilder, the manager of the Blades, recently announced that he will play this weekend against Brighton & Hove Albion, having earlier said that a new contract was being worked out.

“Oliver will be involved this weekend,” he stated. We want Oliver around us, but I had two or three Championship clubs in line for him to take him on loan.

He had an injury at Port Vale, which caused us a small delay, but he has since recovered and participated in a few games. He played for sixty minutes on Tuesday night in an under-21 match. Without a doubt, he will debut sooner rather than later.

At the age of six, Arblaster enrolled in Sheffield United’s academy, where he played his first senior football game in the National League North with Bradford (Park Avenue).

Since then, he has made five senior-level appearances for the Blades.

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