The English Premier League side are considering signing Nordsjaelland centre-back Abdul Mumin on a free transfer
Sheffield United are exploring the possibility of signing Abdul Mumin from FC Nordsjaelland this summer.
The 22-year-old has a burgeoning reputation on the continent after a string of impressive displays in the Danish Superliga.
Mumin, who joined Nordsjaelland from the Right to Dream academy, is set to move on once his contract expires after the youngster opted against extending his deal.
The Blades are thought to be looking at the defender as a potential development player, with the option of loaning him to Beerschot next season.
Several clubs across Europe including Brighton, Celtic, Club Brugge and Genk have been credited with interest in Mumin.
The tall Ghanaian made 19 starts for Nordsjaelland this term and his ease in possession has drawn admirers.
The lanky centre-back has made 19 starts for Nordsjaelland this term and his ease in possession has drawn admirers.