Sheffield United manager Slavisa Jokanovic will lead his side to their first league win of the season tomorrow when they take on the Hawthorns against West Bromwich Albion.

The Blades managed to provide an answer to their first weekend loss to Birmingham City by taking a point in the recent showdown with Swansea City.

With the club’s players still getting used to life under Jokanovic, it may take a while for the blades to shift into top gear in the championship.

The Serb will be confident that he can be relatively successful at this level as he has already led Fulham and Watford to promotion to the second division during his managerial career.

With the transfer window ending on August 31, it will be interesting to see if Jokanovic can make his own mark on the club’s squad by moving in a few new faces in the coming weeks.

Prior to the Blades’ duel with West Brom, the South Yorkshire-based team has been linked to an ambitious nosedive for one of Manchester United’s starlets.

According to talkSPORT, Jokanovic’s team are reportedly planning a move from Amad Diallo, who will be temporarily allowed to leave Old Trafford this summer.

The 19-year-old was signed to Atalanta by the Red Devils for an initial fee of £ 19m (which could go up to £ 37.2m depending on add-ons) and has played eight games for the club in all of them last season Competitions.

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Joshua Cole from GIVEMESPORT says …

This could turn out to be a sensational deal for the Blades if they are able to get a deal across the line for Diallo.

The winger is an exciting talent and already managed to give a glimpse of his skills at Old Trafford.

Particularly impressive during United’s 1-1 draw against AC Milan in the Europa League last season, Diallo scored his first goal for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side when he got a WhoScored game rating of 7.11 recorded.

While Diallo can take some time getting used to life in the championship as he has never played at this level before, there is no reason he shouldn’t become a key player for Jokanovic’s team if he agrees. the move to Bramall Lane.

Diallo could also emerge as a contender for a starting role with the Red Devils next year if he makes significant strides in his development in the coming months by playing regularly in the second division.

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