Date: 15th April 2007 at 12:28pm
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Sheffield United defender Rob Kozluk has been linked with a shock summer move to the blue and white half of Sheffield according to reports in Sunday’s papers.

The Blades defender is said to have attracted the interest of a host of Championship clubs including the Owls, Derby County, Preston and Stoke City as Neil Warnock looks to bring in fresh players should his men secure Premiership survival this season.

The Mansfield-born player has played 20 games for the Bramall Lane club this term and is just eight games shy of his 200th league appearances for United after spells on loan at Wigan and Huddersfield Town.

And the move could be seen as Owls boss Brian Laws looking for a replacement for USA international and fans’ favourite Frank Simek who has been tipped for a summer move to the Premiership in light of his sparkling performances for Wednesday this season.

Kozluk is United’s longest server player at the club after making the move to South Yorkshire in a swap deal from Derby County, and will be one of a minority of players to make the switch between the steel city clubs.

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