Tottenham Hotspur are interested in signing Daniel Jebbison as they consider a summer move for the Sheffield United talent.
Daniel Jebbison is attracting major Premier League interest with Aston Villa, Everton, Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur all keen.That is according to a report from 90Min, who claim that Jebbison is wanted both in England and across Europe.
Juventus, Borussia Dortmund and Bayer Leverkusen are understood to have been watching Jebbison for a while now and could make their move.
The 19-year-old hitman is now entering the final year of his contract and the Blades may be tempted to sell before he can just walk away.
The nightmare scenario would be Jebbison’s contract running down and him penning a pre-contract deal with a foreign club, which would give Sheffield United limited compensation. Cashing in now could work for Sheffield United even with Paul Hecking bottom’s men winning promotion to the Premier League.
It’s unclear just how big of a role Jebbison will have in the top flight as United chase new signings but he could be on the move this summer.Jebbison was born in Canada and lived their until the age of 13 before his family relocated to England.
Jebbison was living in the Derby area when a successful trial spell saw him join the Sheffield United academy.
A non-league loan with Chorley materialised in 2020 and whilst that wasn’t a roaring success, he made a big impact in the Premier League.
Jebbison scored on his first Premier League start, finding the net against Goodison Park aged just 17.
The 6ft 3in striker went on to hit nine goals in 23 games on loan at Burton Albion in the 2021-22 season.
Jebbison seemed to learn a lot from then-Brewers boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, who called the striker a ‘big, big talent’/
Jebbison made 16 Championship appearances last season, notching just one goal and one assist for the Blades as they won promotion.
The potential is clearly there with Jebbison, who is a striker with real athletic gifts and could become a menace in the years to come.
Tottenham signed a young Sheffield United striker in August as Will Lankshear arrived from South Yorkshire and Spurs could repeat the trick with a deal for Jebbison.