Sheffield United forward Callum Robinson has returned from his loan spell at West Bromwich Albion but it looks like he might not have a future at Bramall Lane, judging by recent reports.
According to Rob Dorsett, the Baggies are keen to bring the striker back to The Hawthorns as Slaven Bilic was pleased with his performances on loan at the club last season.
The Sky Sports journalist also reported that some initial talks have been held but there is interest from other clubs, including another unnamed side from the Premier League.
Robinson, who is valued at £4.95m by Transfermarkt, scored once and set up two goals in 16 top-flight appearances for Sheffield United last season. Following his loan move to the Championship, the forward played a further 16 games, scoring three times and supplying two assists in helping West Brom to win promotion.
Still, Robinson did not have a particularly productive season in terms of goal output, and Chris Wilder has said that some of his squad could leave in the summer. Therefore, if he is looking at his forwards and their goal contributions, the 25-year-old could be among those culled by the Sheffield United manager.
That Wilder allowed the Republic of Ireland international to go out on loan in January highlights that the manager believes he has better options in attack, so if they can sell him in the summer, then it may be the best move for all parties.
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