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Sheffield United Capture Ched Evans *UPDATE*


Manchester City striker Ched Evans will officially parade his new Sheffield United strip next week.

Blades boss Kevin Blackwell has been chasing the Wales international since the end of last season, and now he has finally captured the 20-year-old on a four-year deal worth 20,000-a-week.

An official announcement will be made within days.

Good luck Ched.

*UPDATE* 23rd July 2009.

The 3m tranfer has now officially been made public.






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Date:Saturday July 18 2009

Time: 1:31PM

Your Comments

Even 20k is a brilliant wage for a young lad. I think the Championship will see the best of Ched Evans.
Buzz Lightyear
The boy has done well. He'll be a massive star at Sheffield United and the Blades will love him. Best move for all concerned, I think. Good luck, Ched. What's the odds on City versus Blades in the FA Cup quarter finals 2010?
Sindbad
Seemed to try hard but lacked the class to be a Premier League striker at anytime in the near future. He has done well in the Championship before as I know a Norwich City fan who thought that he was awesome for them the season before last. He'll now be playing at the correct level which will aid his future development. All the best with your future career Ched.
Kevinho
i think this will be a crucial signing for us what do you reckon?
cwblade
This is the best move for Ched ...playing at this level will toughen him up and he will be able to add a lot to the Blades attack in the coming season ......good luck Ched
Doody
A good signing if all is right, very happy about this move. Could have done with him on May 25th. But better late than never.
Ellisblade
Good to see he's signed for them definitely. He'll be one to watch in the years to come. Forget the odds of meeting the Blades in the cup - we may see him again in the Premiership in a few years. Good luck Ched.
BlueWolfie
Next will be benjani and bojinov.
enzo city
He does have something about him but we don't have the time to tease it out of him. Hopefully he'll do well for them.
MCFC_Goatboy
Good luck to you Ched!
severedgein
Good deal all round - plenty of effort but not premiership skill or pace.
wswilly3
Good luck Ched - this move could be just what you need.
Thaibluefan
 

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