Sheffield United are "looking to create a legacy" says chief executive
14 February 2020
The club's chief executive, Stephen Bettis, told the Yorkshire Post that Sheffield United are revisiting their summer budget after signing Sander Berge from Genk in January.
United are close to finalising a new first-team building and hope to have it ready for next season.
This season's Premier League surprise performers are in it for the long run, according to the club's chief executive, Stephen Bettis, who said the club are "looking to create a legacy" in an interview with the Yorkshire Post.
"The whole point of promotion to the Premier League for us is also looking to create a legacy," Bettis said with United currently sitting fifth, putting them on course for European participation next season.
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