Sheffield United will revive their interest in Real Betis striker Loren Moron when the transfer window reopens, according to reports in the Spanish media.
The Blades were said to have tabled a bid for the striker in the summer, and it appears that they will make a second attempt for the Spaniard in January in order to increase their striking options.
Loren currently has a release clause of €40m (£34m), but it is unlikely that Betis will hold out for that much. The La Liga club were willing to part ways with the 25-year-old at the beginning of the season, and the situation isn’t believed to have changed despite his good form.
The forward has scored eight goals in 12 league appearances for Betis this campaign, which has already matched the total he managed for the whole of last campaign.
In contrast, United’s top scorer is Lys Mousset who has only three goals to his name, while record £20m summer signing Oli McBurnie has scored just once.