Relegation often prompts clubs to reassess their squads and make significant changes. Sheffield United will likely have transfer plans aimed at rebuilding and regaining promotion to the Premier League. These plans could involve player sales, signings, and a strategic approach to strengthening the squad for the challenges ahead.

Sheffield United will allow a number of players to leave this summer following their relegation from the Premier League.

The Blades were promoted to the top flight last season, but they have made an immediate return to the Championship after a disastrous campaign.

United’s relegation was confirmed at the end of April, and they broke an unwanted Premier League record as they became the first team to concede over 100 goals as they were beaten 1-0 at Everton on Saturday

Manager Chris Wilder has failed to make an impact since returning for a second spell at the club in December, but he has led the Blades to promotion to the top flight before, and he will be hoping to repeat the feat next season.

It is set to be a busy few months at Bramall Lane as Wilder rebuilds his squad for a promotion push, and there could be a number of high-profile departures.