Oli McBurnie: Sheffield United improve offer for Swansea City striker
Swansea City are considering an improved bid from Premier League newcomers Sheffield United for striker Oli McBurnie.
The latest offer from the Blades could result in a deal for the Scotland international that rises to £20m, BBC Wales Sport has learned.
Championship side Swansea have previously turned down bids from United, the last worth £15m.
McBurnie, 23, has not pushed to leave, but a move looks increasingly likely.
It is understood Swansea are "seriously considering" the latest offer, and believe the package could go a long way towards solving their remaining financial issues after relegation from the Premier League in 2018.
Head coach Steve Cooper admitted "anything is possible" regarding McBurnie following Saturday's 2-1 pre-season victory over Atalanta.
Losing McBurnie would leave the Championship club short of attacking options, with the transfer deadline looming on 8 August.
But if McBurnie moved before Saturday's Championship opener against Hull City, it would allow the Swans to look around for a possible replacement.
The club have also made no secret of their need to offload high wage earners - notably Andre Ayew, Borja Baston and Jefferson Montero.