Prince Abdullah has spoken about the transfer plan for next season as they look to put together a squad capable of competing in the Premier League.
Planning has already started for the 2023/24 campaign, with Paul Heckingbottom joining the owner and board members at United World's HQ in Geneva last week to finalise the plan of attack.
Heckingbottom and head of recruitment Paul Mitchell have been told to focus on two categories - young players and loans. However, the loans have to be on one condition.
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They must be considered capable of making the Sheffield United starting XI.
"I think we will be ready; I am not worried," the owner said in an interview with the club. "There are some things under our control.
"We want to keep if we can all the squad we have and we don't want to sell any of our star players. We want to bring some players, loan or, whatever players we bring have to fall into one of two categories.
"They have to be young and good, so they be the core for next year because we are getting older in some areas. God forbid we get relegated we want to have strong team or loans.
"We want the loans to be starters and make a difference. Give us a better chance of competing next year and not get relegated. They are the two combinations we are looking at and we will see what happens."
The club is currently the subject of takeover talk with interest from the US. However, Prince Abdullah admitted that he is unsure if a sale will happen and therefore has to plan accordingly for the future.