Sheffield United midfielder John Lundstram has had his head turned amid interest from Rangers, Crystal Palace and Burnley.
That is according to former Spurs and England goalkeeper Paul Robinson, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about the 26-year-old’s potentially leaving Bramall Lane in the January transfer window.
Lundstram is currently suspended for the Blades after he was shown a straight red for a poor tackle on Brighton’s Joel Veltman prior to Christmas.
A recruitment source has told Football Insider that the Gers, Palace and Burnley are all interested in signing the midfielder who is out of contract in June.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder revealed last week that the club would assess offers for the Englishman next month but insisted there has been “no enquiries” to date.
When asked by Football Insider for his assessment of Lundstram’s future at Bramall Lane, Robinson said: “He would be a massive signing for Rangers.
“He could be the player that pushes them over the line. He was such a good player last year for Sheffield United but this season he has not played as much. His head has clearly been turned.
“He is in the last year of his contract and he will know where he is going. You do not let your contract run down for no reason. He will have known where he is going for a long time.
“Lundstram is a player who could take them over the line. Rangers have been outstanding this season but if they could get Lundstram in January it would be a big boost.”