“Billy is out for the weekend… so that’s disappointing for myself and the football club”
The Blades striker on taking the lessons he has learnt and passing them on to promising United team-mate David Brooks
The Blades boss is adamant that his team will be ready for Friday’s visit to Elland Road.
Jurgen Klopp is reportedly willing to sanction a January move for the Blades youngster.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder has said players should “man up” and “make decisions for their own careers” after the Blades endured a frustrating deadline day.
Saturday’s 3-1 win over Derby was the latest in a long line of victories for Sheffield United since boss Chris Wilder was brought in, but yet the 49-year-old’s work continues to go under the radar.
Chris Wilder’s side secure the services of highly-rated Tottenham defender Cameron Carter-Vickers on a season-long loan.
Flashbacks of his time at Halifax Town means Wilder knows how to keep things measured in the search to find a cutting edge in the Championship
The promising 19-year-old has already made 59 appearances for the Blades, having made his debut at the age of 16, becoming the club’s youngest ever player in the process.
Holmes worked with Blades boss Chris Wilder when both were at Northampton, and the former Portsmouth player is thought to be keen on a move to last season’s League One champions after they submitted a bid for his services last month.