Luke Thomas, a left back for Leicester City, has been signed by Sheffield United on a season-long loan.
Leeds United targeted the England U21 international earlier this week, but Leicester would not let the 22-year-old join a Championship opponent.
Though Thomas has drawn a lot of attention, he is thrilled about the idea of going back to the Premier League.
Following Ben Osborn’s injury, he will probably join Paul Heckingbottom’s side to face Everton right away.
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“It was an easy option for me when United came in a few days ago,” he claimed. It was obvious that I wanted to play Premier League football once again.
I am very excited to start working here because it has been such a fantastic experience.
“At the time, I was interested in other Unveil Leicester Left-Back opportunities, but when United came around, it was clear who I should choose. I am very excited to go.
This is a major moment, in my opinion. It’s important to me that I receive some playing time and join the team.
I particularly want to play in the Premier League, so I want to play as many games as I can. I’ve had a successful career thus far and have received a few awards; perhaps I can continue that here.
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Luke has a distinguished history, is a talented young player.
A wealth of Premier League experience, according to Heckingbottom. He seemed ready to come in and get going, which really impressed me.
Osborn, who suffered a groin injury in Sunday’s loss to Manchester City, will visit a specialist in London on Thursday.
Following their Carabao Cup loss on penalties to Lincoln City on Wednesday night, Sheffield United assistant coach Stuart McCall said that the left-back would fly to the capital to evaluate the extent of the damage.
About Osborn’s injury, McCall stated, “I don’t think it’s a good one.” I believe he will visit an expert in London on Monday (Thursday).
Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to be temporary. At least he seriously injured my groin. He will consult a specialist even though we’re not sure if there has been a rupture.