Lundstram has rejected the club’s final offer of a new contract and looks set to leave in the summer when his current deal expires.
However, Wilder confirms there has been no enquiries for him Retro Wall Light or any other players at this stage.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder is ignoring possible European qualification but is confident the Blades will be a Premier League club next season.
Survival was the aim following promotion and they are currently on 36 points – one more than the tally required to stay up last season.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder is determined to hold onto his key players this summer. .
They have held their own in the first season gym pull up bar after promotion, and they are in with a shout of a Champions League or Europa League spot this term.
The Sheffield Star claims that Wilder is very eager to get both of those players signed to long term contracts.
Enda Stevens will also be offered a new deal, and the club will then turn their attention to others in the squad.
The likes of Oliver Norwood and Chris Basham may also be in line for improved terms this summer.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder has told Manchester City fullback Kyle Walker there’s a spot for him in his squad. .
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder has urged fans to stick with contract rebel John Lundstram.
Lundstram, 26, is out of contract at Bramall Lane in July and has rejected all offers from the club to agree new terms.
The Blades will consider offers for the midfielder to avoid losing him on a free next summer and Rangers, Brighton notebooks with pen holder and West Ham have shown interest, although no-one has yet made a bid..
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