Sheffield United have moved one more player off their transfer list as Ched Evans joins Fleetwood Town.
Evans signs on an initial two-year deal for an undisclosed fee after impressing on loan at the League One club last season.
It means that two of the players from the seven transfer listed by the Blades this summer – as outlined by the Daily Mail – have now moved on.
Nathan Thomas is the other, rejoining Carlisle United on loan in July.
Now Sky Sports reports a third could be exiting Bramall Lane. They say that Hull City are interested in defender Ben Heneghan.
The Evans deal came on the same day that another of their released players has found a new side. Caolan Lavery has joined Walsall, meaning Danny Lafferty is the only one of the five still without a club.
Like Evans, Paul Coutts joined Fleetwood, while Martin Cranie has gone to Luton Town and Conor Washington is at Hearts.
Who remains on the Sheffield United transfer list?
Assuming that Heneghan does leave for Hull, there are still four others deemed surplus to requirements by manager Chris Wilder.
They are Leon Clarke, Jake Wright, Samir Carruthers and Ricky Holmes.
According to Football Insider, Birmingham City, Hull and Wigan Athletic have all shown interest in Clarke. However, since that report all three clubs have signed new strikers.
Cambridgeshire Live reports that Carruthers has been on trial with Cambridge United. There is a chance the midfielder could still depart before Thursday’s deadline.
Unfortunately, as of yet there seems to be no concrete interest in either Wright or Holmes. The former almost joined Scunthorpe United on loan in January, states the Sheffield Star, so whether they are still keen remains to be seen.
Holmes, meanwhile, split his time on loan last term between Oxford United and Gillingham but failed to truly impress.