The Blades reportedly approached Bournemouth with a £12m bid last month, which was instantly rejected by the Cherries.
However, with uncertainty continuing surrounding Dean Henderson’s return to Bramall Lane next season, Chris Wilder is keeping his options open.
Bournemouth boss Jason Tindall confirmed a bid had been received, but that it fell way below their valuation of the England U21 star.
United will now assess their options, but if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer agrees to a second loan for Henderson, they are likely to stick with him for next season.
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