Oli McBurnie: Sheffield United investigating video appearing to show Scotsman attacking a man

Sheffield United are investigating a video of Oli McBurnie

Sheffield United are investigating a video which appears to show Oli McBurnie attacking a man on the street.

Footage appears to show the Scotsman confronting a group of people on the street e before punching and kneeing a man.

The phone which recorded the video was also stamped on.

Sheffield United issued the following statement on Monday morning.

"Officials at Sheffield United are aware of the video circulating on social media and are currently investigating," it read, per BBC reporter Simon Stone.

McBurnie is no stranger to getting in trouble with the law.

He was charged with drink driving in 2019 and was later given a £28,500 fine and banned from driving for 16 months.

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The striker was also warned by the FA after allegedly making a rude gesture towards Cardiff City fans while watching his former club, Swansea.

McBurnie, signed by Sheffield United for £17.5 million back in 2019, is currently out of action with a stress fracture in his metatarsal.

He has scored just once in 25 games this season for a Sheffield United side that have been relegated from the Premier League.

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