Sheffield United are "considering the findings with professional advisors" after an arbitration panel dismissed their claims against the Premier League over the Carlos Tevez affair.

United were relegated from the Barclays Premier League on the final day of the season as Tevez fired the Hammers to safety.

A Premier League commission ruled that the Argentina striker, as well as compatriot Javier Mascherano, were signed with third-party influence and fined the Hammers £5.5million but United wanted the panel to order a new disciplinary commission to review the decision.

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