Malta international striker Daniel Bogdanovic has held talks with League Championship side Sheffield United.
His contract with Barnsley expires in summer and as yet no new deal has been agreed. The Tykes have offered him a new contract and besides the Blades, Leeds United are also believed in securing his services. Clubs in Greece and Qatar are also reportedly interested in signing him.
“The claim that I refused a new deal with Barnsley is incorrect because I never gave a reply. Everything is still a possibility. I can’t rule out any options,” said Bogdanovic.
However according to reports, Bogdanovic seems keen to join the Blades.
“If it’s a case of me going to Sheffield United, I’d be the happiest man in the world,” Bogdanovic told Radio Sheffield. “I am talking to Sheffield United and will decide in the next few weeks.”
Bogdanovic would be the second Maltese player to join Sheffield United after Malta international goalkeeper Justin Haber who left the club a few months ago to join Ferencvaros in Hungary.