Manchester City star Kyle Walker has been offered a return to Sheffield United when he eventually leaves the club.
Walker will face his old side on Tuesday evening, in a midweek Premier League clash.
Ahead of the game, Sheffield boss Chris Wilder was asked about Walker.
"Kyle's a Sheffield boy," he said. "I tried to tap him up when we played City [before] but he said he's got another couple of years playing there. He's one I would take and I think the world of him. I'm sure we'll be able to find a role for him when he decides to leave Manchester.
"He's a top player and he's already said he wants to finish what has been a brilliant career back at Sheffield United. Don't count against it. He's got my number and he knows he can phone me any time."
Walker started his career at Sheffield United back in 1997 before his move to Tottenham Hotspur in 2009.
The England international signed his last contract extension in the summer of last year and he will stay at the club until 2024.
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