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Post  cyprussyd on 2014-12-16, 7:02 pm

Siddall wrote:Surely a step backwards for Cattermole
I would say Cattermole joining Hull or Man City will have the same odds

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Post  Guest on 2014-12-16, 7:41 pm

LC to Hull ?

But Hull are now paying real money to survive. Safc and LC both want the same thing - money. Like everybody else, he will follow the £ sign.

Are Safc paying ? CW says yes, perhaps. Colback/Bardsley/Borini say "No".

Stockton is not far from Hull. Down the A19 and turn left.

Let us see if he signs as a barometer of our intentions. A benchmark ?
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Post  cyprussyd on 2014-12-16, 7:57 pm

Spuggy wrote:LC to Hull ?

But Hull are now paying real money to survive. Safc and LC both want the same thing - money. Like everybody else, he will follow the £ sign.

Are Safc paying ? CW says yes, perhaps. Colback/Bardsley/Borini say "No".

Stockton is not far from Hull. Down the A19 and turn left.

Let us see if he signs as a barometer of our intentions. A benchmark ?
I'm not that cynical and believe yes money is important but so is career, I done see any way Cattermole will join Hull

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Post  Guest on 2014-12-16, 9:04 pm

As above, Safc linked with Hulls curtis davies. Todays Hull daily Mail has muddied the water :

"Even after being returned to the starting line up by Steve Bruce, Hull City’s captain Curtis Davies is still the subject of transfer speculation.

The 29-year-old was linked with Sunderland and Leicester City last week, and today the central defender has been linked with a move to Everton.

Roberto Martinez’s side climbed into the top half of the table last night after a 3-1 win over QPR, and according to the Daily Mirror, the Merseyside outfit have joined the chase for the City skipper.

According to the paper, Davies has been left angry by the club’s failure to extend his contract in the summer, a feeling intensified by his omission from the squad in recent weeks.

Read more: http://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/Hull-City-papertalk-Aaron-Lennon-Andre-Ayew-Lee/story-25717278-detail/story.html?#ixzz3M63TNEp0  "
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Post  Hieronymus on 2014-12-17, 12:02 am

I thought about this lad as the answer to our striker problem and so is Gus according to the Daily Star  Very Happy


EXCLUSIVE: Sunderland to battle rivals Newcastle in race to sign Burnley star Danny Ings

SUNDERLAND are set to join neighbours Newcastle in the race to sign Burnley striker Danny Ings.

By Ian Murtagh / Published 16th December 2014
Gus Poyet has made a goalscorer his No. 1 priority when the transfer window re-opens next month with the Black Cats having found the net just 14 times.

And with another move for Liverpool's Fabio Borini unlikely, Ings is now his top target.

Newcastle are long-time admirers of Ings. But while the North East rivals will fight it out between themselves, the toughest hurdle both must overcome is persuading Burnley to sell.

[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]TARGET: Gus Poyet has made Ings his No. 1 priority in the transfer window [GETTY]

The England Under 21 international is out of contract next June.

But Burnley boss Sean Dyche knows that if the Clarets are to survive this season, they must hang on to Ings even at the risk of him moving on for nothing when he becomes a free agent.

Poyet also has one eye on the future and is considering a January move for highly rated Exeter midfielder Matt Grimes.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2014-12-17, 5:33 am

Hieronymus wrote:I thought about this lad as the answer to our striker problem and so is Gus according to the Daily Star  Very Happy


EXCLUSIVE: Sunderland to battle rivals Newcastle in race to sign Burnley star Danny Ings

SUNDERLAND are set to join neighbours Newcastle in the race to sign Burnley striker Danny Ings.

By Ian Murtagh / Published 16th December 2014
Gus Poyet has made a goalscorer his No. 1 priority when the transfer window re-opens next month with the Black Cats having found the net just 14 times.

And with another move for Liverpool's Fabio Borini unlikely, Ings is now his top target.

Newcastle are long-time admirers of Ings. But while the North East rivals will fight it out between themselves, the toughest hurdle both must overcome is persuading Burnley to sell.

[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]TARGET: Gus Poyet has made Ings his No. 1 priority in the transfer window [GETTY]

The England Under 21 international is out of contract next June.

But Burnley boss Sean Dyche knows that if the Clarets are to survive this season, they must hang on to Ings even at the risk of him moving on for nothing when he becomes a free agent.

Poyet also has one eye on the future and is considering a January move for highly rated Exeter midfielder Matt Grimes.

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Some gossip we know is just paper talk and we done even read it, ie Cattermole to Hull.

But some we know is based on solid foundations, like this story.

Or am I just being very selective?

No the Star is very reliable  Embarassed

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Post  Hieronymus on 2014-12-17, 10:26 am

cyprussyd wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:I thought about this lad as the answer to our striker problem and so is Gus according to the Daily Star  Very Happy


EXCLUSIVE: Sunderland to battle rivals Newcastle in race to sign Burnley star Danny Ings

SUNDERLAND are set to join neighbours Newcastle in the race to sign Burnley striker Danny Ings.

By Ian Murtagh / Published 16th December 2014
Gus Poyet has made a goalscorer his No. 1 priority when the transfer window re-opens next month with the Black Cats having found the net just 14 times.

And with another move for Liverpool's Fabio Borini unlikely, Ings is now his top target.

Newcastle are long-time admirers of Ings. But while the North East rivals will fight it out between themselves, the toughest hurdle both must overcome is persuading Burnley to sell.

[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]TARGET: Gus Poyet has made Ings his No. 1 priority in the transfer window [GETTY]

The England Under 21 international is out of contract next June.

But Burnley boss Sean Dyche knows that if the Clarets are to survive this season, they must hang on to Ings even at the risk of him moving on for nothing when he becomes a free agent.

Poyet also has one eye on the future and is considering a January move for highly rated Exeter midfielder Matt Grimes.

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Some gossip we know is just paper talk and we done even read it, ie Cattermole to Hull.

But some we know is based on solid foundations, like this story.

Or am I just being very selective?

No the Star is very reliable  Embarassed
Very true, there was also a story in The Star about West Ham planning on sacking Big Sam (despite their current position in the League). What's not to believe?
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Post  Guest on 2014-12-17, 10:36 am

Hieronymus wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Hieronymus wrote:I thought about this lad as the answer to our striker problem and so is Gus according to the Daily Star  Very Happy


EXCLUSIVE: Sunderland to battle rivals Newcastle in race to sign Burnley star Danny Ings

SUNDERLAND are set to join neighbours Newcastle in the race to sign Burnley striker Danny Ings.

By Ian Murtagh / Published 16th December 2014
Gus Poyet has made a goalscorer his No. 1 priority when the transfer window re-opens next month with the Black Cats having found the net just 14 times.

And with another move for Liverpool's Fabio Borini unlikely, Ings is now his top target.

Newcastle are long-time admirers of Ings. But while the North East rivals will fight it out between themselves, the toughest hurdle both must overcome is persuading Burnley to sell.

Transfer Window.. one stop thread - Page 2 5490688523b71_ingsTARGET: Gus Poyet has made Ings his No. 1 priority in the transfer window [GETTY]

The England Under 21 international is out of contract next June.

But Burnley boss Sean Dyche knows that if the Clarets are to survive this season, they must hang on to Ings even at the risk of him moving on for nothing when he becomes a free agent.

Poyet also has one eye on the future and is considering a January move for highly rated Exeter midfielder Matt Grimes.

http://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/football/415705/EXCLUSIVE-Sunderland-Newcastle-Burnley-Danny-Ings
Some gossip we know is just paper talk and we done even read it, ie Cattermole to Hull.

But some we know is based on solid foundations, like this story.

Or am I just being very selective?

No the Star is very reliable  Embarassed
Very true, there was also a story in The Star about West Ham planning on sacking Big Sam (despite their current position in the League). What's not to believe?

The Sunderland or Northern Echo (i do not count the mag rag Journal) seem to have the only reporters who get an inside track from the club, although iirc a certain lady who poss on here now and again picked up a hint from the Torygraph that Wickham was going to resign. I reckon most of the other newspapers stories are total fiction and made up stories that may or may not have been picked up from internet sites. Obviously Ings is catching a few eyes, I think we should have gone for Charlie Austin rather than Borini in the summer.
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Post  Guest on 2014-12-17, 11:20 am

I post this as it is more interesting to me to see what GP says about players moving up here :

"Poyet struggling to land Spanish defender Sunderland, Latest news update: December 12, 2014 5:47

Sunderland have four rivals for Eibar defender Raul Albentosa as Gus Poyet admits it's difficult to convince transfer targets to come. QPR, Leicester, Burnley and West Brom are understood to be battling the Black Cats for the signature of the highly-rated Spanish centre-back. 

Sunderland head coach Poyet revealed that he is still having problems trying to entice players to move to the Stadium of Light. "When you give certain types of players the option of going to London or the north east in the same conditions, 99 from 100 will choose London and that's the reality," he said ahead of Saturday's home Premier League clash against West Ham. "We have to be a step ahead - we have to do things better than those clubs in the south or in other countries in a nice place with different weather.

"We need to do something that will convince them to come to the north. "On top of that it is even more difficult in January because clubs don't want to lose their best players, so everything needs to come together." 

Albentosa is out of contract next summer and Eibar are resigned to losing the 6ft 4in defender to a bigger club, but they are prepared to sell him in January to raise some cash. The 26-year-old was a key figure in the Eibar backline during the tiny Basque club's incredible promotion run last season and he has been in impressive form as they have stunned the Primera Division by holding a lofty position of ninth in the table. Other Spanish clubs are also keen but the player is understood to want a move to England where he is not short of options with five Premier League clubs showing an interest in a cut-price January swoop.

Read more at: https://www.clubcall.com/sunderland/poyet-struggling-to-land-spanish-defender-1750879.html "
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Post  Guest on 2014-12-18, 8:49 am

REAL COST OF THESE TRANSFERS


While we are struggling to afford to buy 2 stars from Exeter and a freebie defender from Spain whose name is on the tip of everyones tongue (despite the offer of free thermal underwear ), think about the real cost of transfers ;




Manchester United will spend almost €500m in total on Shaw, Di Maria and Mata  (£400m)
TheJournal.ie By Ruaidhri Croke 18 hours ago


Manchester united will spend a total of €494.1 million on just three players once the total costs of the transfers are paid out.

A study carried out by Goal.com shows the maximum potential price of a number of transfers when all foreseeable costs are included. This includes players’ salaries, agents fees and add-ons. When all costs are taken into consideration Angel Di Maria will eventually cost Manchester United €240.7 million.

19-year-old Luke Shaw, meanwhile, will cost the Reds €130.9 million while the total cost of Juan Mata will amount to €122.2 million.

Last year’s world record transfer fee of €100 million for Gareth Bale was the most expensive total transfer of 2013, eventually adding up to just under €200 million.

That figure looks small in comparison to the most expensive transfer deals of the last 12 months. Luis Suarez’s move to Barcelona slots in at the top of the list, totaling €252.9 million if all bonus-related objectives are met during the course of his five-year deal at the Nou Camp.

An example of the add-ons included in the study is the additional €5m Manchester United are due to pay Real Madrid for Di Maria should the Argentine win the Ballon d’Or during his time at United.

Taking such an example into consideration it must be noted that not all of the transfers will come to the maximum potential cost but, were they to, it would result in a huge €1.5 billion changing hands.

The top ten transfers are as follows:  £1 = 1.25 euros max rate

    Luis Suarez – Liverpool to Barcelona for a total cost of €252.9m.
    Angel Di Maria – Real Madrid to Manchester United for a total cost of €240.7m
    James Rodriguez – Monaco to Real Madrid for a total cost of €169.7m
    Alexis Sanchez – Barcelona to Arsenal for a total cost of €143.3m
    Luke Shaw – Southampton to Manchester United for a total cost of €130.9m
    Diego Costa – Atletico Madrid to Chelsea for a total cost of €130m
    Cesc Fabregas – Barcelona to Chelsea for a total cost of €126.5m
    Juan Mata – Chelsea to Manchester United for a total cost of €122.2m
    David Luiz – Chelsea to PSG for a total cost of €115m

    Eliaquim Mangala – Porto to Manchester City for a total cost of €111.2m
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Post  Guest on 2014-12-18, 9:05 am

ONE OUT - ONE IN ?


I have posted this one article FROM THE ECHO because it might be a link between the two issues - ie get rid of one (Dozy) to pay for another (Ings) :


QUOTE "January move for Sunderland’s Altidore is tough for Lille

chris.young@northeast-press.co.uk @youngsunecho
Published on the 18 December 2014 - 08:25


FRENCH club Lille are unlikely to make a move for Jozy Altidore in January – unless Sunderland sanction the striker’s departure on loan.

Altidore’s Sunderland future remains in question after his run of more than 12 months without a Premier League goal infamously continued against West Ham last weekend, with Burnley frontman Danny Ings yesterday linked as a potential replacement.

As the Echo reported last month, Lille have been contemplating including Altidore on a list of January targets after making an enquiry for the American international during the summer.

But sources in France have indicated that a move for Altidore next month is fraught with complications for Lille, who only want to sign him on a loan deal.

With Sunderland investing £7million in Altidore and mindful of Financial Fair Play, the Black Cats would be writing off funds to re-invest in the playing squad by letting the 25-year-old depart on loan.

Bundesliga side Werder Bremen, who watched Altidore in friendly action for the USA last month, were also linked with a loan move over the weekend, but those reports claimed the German outfit were ready to insert a £4m permanent clause in the deal.

Despite Altidore starting Sunderland’s last two games – his first Premier League starts of the campaign – both the striker and his agent have admitted that they will have to consider his position at the Stadium of Light in January.

And while Gus Poyet has denied that Sunderland have held talks with interested parties, the head coach has made no secret of his desire to add to his attacking options next month.

Offloading Altidore would free up a space in Sunderland’s attacking ranks, with the Black Cats the latest Premier League club to be linked with Burnley’s Ings. (my italics)

Several top-flight outfits, including Newcastle, have been looking at a January move for Ings, whose contract expires at Turf Moor at the end of the season.

Burnley are still hopeful of agreeing a new deal for Ings, who has netted four goals in his last eight league appearances for the in-form Clarets.


And sources close to Burnley have indicated that while Ings may well depart at the end of the season – when compensation would be owed due to the 22-year-old’s age – the club see more value in him remaining at Turf Moor and helping them remain in the Premier League." end Quote
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Post  Guest on 2014-12-18, 9:30 am

Stokes local paper, The Sentinel, is running this story today :


A little buzzy winger which might be on some peoples list if Safc need a winger cheaper than  AJ.


QUOTE : "Stoke City transfer gossip: Potters and Sunderland to battle for signature of Junior Hoilett
By The Sentinel  |  Posted: December 18, 2014


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WANTED MAN: Stoke are reportedly on the trail of Junior Hoilett.

WINGER Junior Hoilett appears to back on the radar as Stoke City and Sunderland prepare to battle it out for the player’s signature.

According to the HITC Sport website, QPR boss Harry Redknapp is keen to be reunited with Tottenham’s Jermain Defoe, but would have to find some cash to compete the deal and that could include selling £4m-rated Hoilett.

Stoke manager Mark Hughes was linked with the player last year, having worked with him before at Loftus Road and Blackburn Rovers.

Elsewhere, Roma’s former England defender Ashley Cole has dismissed reports linking him with a return to England, according to the Daily Express.

Read more: http://www.stokesentinel.co.uk/Stoke-City-transfer-gossip-Potters-Sunderland/story-25733173-detail/story.html?#ixzz3MEw5xlGL "
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Post  Hieronymus on 2014-12-18, 10:06 am

Hmmm Junior Hoilett is not a bad shout, but can't see AJ leaving personally. Ings might be one of those, like Jelavic, that has a good half a season and then peters out so I am not so sure, although certainly at the moment he would be a great addition to the team.
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Post  Guest on 2014-12-18, 10:13 am

YOU TELL THEM GUS !


SPORTING LIFE has now added it's pennyworth looking at the Safc recruitnent policy and practices.


Is it just me, but Poy seems very frustrated by either the policy or being asked the same questions over and over again ?

QUOTE - "Poyet eyeing quality signings
Last Updated: December 18 2014, 9:21 GMT
Sunderland manager Gus Poyet insisted he needs more quality as he launched a thinly-veiled attack on the recruitment policy at the Stadium of Light.
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Sunderland manager Gus Poyet: Unsure over what funds may become available

The Black Cats ensured Barclays Premier League survival with a late surge last season and looked to strengthen in the summer as they signed the likes of Jack Rodwell, Jordi Gomez and Ricky Alvarez.

But the season thus far has not gone to plan with Poyet's men without a win in six games and with just one victory since an 8-0 drubbing against Southampton in October.

(Now study this bit carefully - says me)
With the January transfer window approaching Poyet has made it clear he wishes to strengthen his ranks, although he has suggested that he will have little to do with the process, with sporting director Lee Congerton leading a continental scouting system on Wearside.

"I want more quality. Do I think I'll get it? I don't know," he told several national newspapers.

"You know what is missing. It is clear what we need to do. That is down to recruitment.

"I am a head coach. I am not going to be a head coach when it suits people and a manager when it doesn't. That side of it is down to recruitment.

"So, if you ever get the chance to speak to anyone on the recruitment side and ask them about it, you are lucky. If you don't, don't ask me.

http://www.sportinglife.com/football/news/article/165/9610915/-?"

Ouch ! That's telling them ! Comes under the heading of "Outburst ?"
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Post  Guest on 2014-12-23, 1:41 pm

From the Express :

Quote : "SUNDERLAND

The defence is sound, apart from the horror show at Southampton, the midfield is pretty strong and Gus Poyet has decent wingers, but his need is even greater than Pardew's as his striking unit have dismally failed this season.

Steven Fletcher has four league goals, Connor Wickham two and Jozy Altidore none. Also, Poyet could do with a ball-playing central midfielder and he has looked at Derby's England Under-21 international Will Hughes. As for strikers, Poyet is desperate for new blood and could make a bid for Fulham's Ross McCormack, or another attempt to prize Fabio Borini away from Liverpool.

Last January: Liam Bridcutt (Brighton), £2.5m, Ignacio Scocco (Inter Milan), £3m. "
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Post  Guest on 2014-12-24, 3:36 pm

Ings at Burnley enouraged some on here. Latest position (?) from the bible, The Sun  =

Quote - "The England u 21 starlet has attracted big interest from L'poo and Soton.

4 goal Ings, 22, is out of contract next summer but Dyche is not worried about him leaving in the transfer window."

..Dyche ..said "I've no concerns whatsoever. The Chairmen have come out and said that DANNY'S GOING NOWHERE and I'm happy with that as a manager."
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Post  cyprussyd on 2014-12-28, 5:47 am

Liverpool have offered striker Fabio Borini to Lazio in exchange for Nigeria midfielder Ogenyi Onazi, 22. (Sunday Express) 

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Post  Guest on 2014-12-28, 7:55 pm

All transfer windows are important....this one particularly so...need strikers and defenders plus a midfielder?
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Transfer Talk: Mavrias Set For Loan.
Sunderland winger Charis Mavrias looks set to go out on loan when the transfer window reopens in a couple of days.

Greek and Championship sides interested in loan deal...

Mavrias has not been able to command a regular first team place with chances to play being few and far between even though he has been a regular on the sub's bench.

Still only 20 years old. the former Panathinikos player hopes to have a long term future at the Stadium of Light, but a loan spell could just be the thing he needs to get some regular football and that could mean a move back to Greece.

Panathinaikos are keen to have him back for the rest of the season, as are PAOK, plus interest from a few English Championship sides. Mavrias has made just six appearances for the Black Cats since arriving on Wearside 18 months ago.

Read more: http://www.sunderland.vitalfootball.co.uk/sitepage.asp?a=382089#ixzz3NOHAVoVv

ONE OUT ? WHO COMES IN ?
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Former West Ham defender Pablo Armero could be in line for a shock return to the Premier League, ......

The Colombian international, who is currently on loan at Italian giants AC Milan from Udinese, endured a difficult spell in England with the Hammers last season - making only five appearances for Sam Allardyce's side.

But, according to reports in Italy, both Hull City and Sunderland have made enquiries to the defender's representative over his availability, who will be a free agent next summer.

In an interview with MilanNews, the 28-year-old’s agent Luciano Ramalho has insisted his client, who has recently forced his way back into Filippo Inzaghi's first-team plans, could stay on at the San Siro beyond his loan spell but would be willing listen to other offers.

He said: "Armero's focused on Milan. If there's an important offer, whether that is from [AC] Milan, Udinese or another club then obviously we'd try to find an agreement.

"Anything is possible in football, but at the moment there is nothing. Armero has a contract with Milan, he's got his head down and is working hard."


Read more at http://talksport.com/football/former-west-ham-defender-line-shock-premier-league-return-141230130344#8ca6EDUk3eHCZUV1.99

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Sunderland are hoping to seal a deal to sign former West Ham striker Marco Borriello during the January transfer window.

The out-of-favour Roma forward spent the second half of last season on loan at Upton Park but endured a torrid spell during which he appeared just twice and failed to score.

As talkSPORT told you last week, the 32-year-old returned to Roma during the summer but has not played for the club's first-team at all since.

He is out of contract at the end of the season and available on a free transfer but now, according to reports in Italy, he is set to leave the Italian capital next month and return to the Premier League.

Black Cats boss Gus Poyet is monitoring Borriello's situation and knows the experienced hitman could be available on the cheap, although the Wearsiders face competition from Cagliari.

The Serie A side are managed by another man who has West Ham connections – former Hammers boss and Poyet's ex-Chelsea teammate Gianfranco Zola.

The 48-year-old was appointed the manager of Cagliari earlier this month and it has been reported that a move for Borriello is high on his list of priorities.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2014-12-30, 4:21 pm

Spuggy wrote:Transfer Talk: Mavrias Set For Loan.
Sunderland winger Charis Mavrias looks set to go out on loan when the transfer window reopens in a couple of days.

Greek and Championship sides interested in loan deal...

Mavrias has not been able to command a regular first team place with chances to play being few and far between even though he has been a regular on the sub's bench.

Still only 20 years old. the former Panathinikos player hopes to have a long term future at the Stadium of Light, but a loan spell could just be the thing he needs to get some regular football and that could mean a move back to Greece.

Panathinaikos are keen to have him back for the rest of the season, as are PAOK, plus interest from a few English Championship sides. Mavrias has made just six appearances for the Black Cats since arriving on Wearside 18 months ago.

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Former West Ham defender Pablo Armero could be in line for a shock return to the Premier League, ......

The Colombian international, who is currently on loan at Italian giants AC Milan from Udinese, endured a difficult spell in England with the Hammers last season - making only five appearances for Sam Allardyce's side.

But, according to reports in Italy, both Hull City and Sunderland have made enquiries to the defender's representative over his availability, who will be a free agent next summer.

In an interview with MilanNews, the 28-year-old’s agent Luciano Ramalho has insisted his client, who has recently forced his way back into Filippo Inzaghi's first-team plans, could stay on at the San Siro beyond his loan spell but would be willing listen to other offers.

He said: "Armero's focused on Milan. If there's an important offer, whether that is from [AC] Milan, Udinese or another club then obviously we'd try to find an agreement.

"Anything is possible in football, but at the moment there is nothing. Armero has a contract with Milan, he's got his head down and is working hard."


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Sunderland are hoping to seal a deal to sign former West Ham striker Marco Borriello during the January transfer window.

The out-of-favour Roma forward spent the second half of last season on loan at Upton Park but endured a torrid spell during which he appeared just twice and failed to score.

As talkSPORT told you last week, the 32-year-old returned to Roma during the summer but has not played for the club's first-team at all since.

He is out of contract at the end of the season and available on a free transfer but now, according to reports in Italy, he is set to leave the Italian capital next month and return to the Premier League.

Black Cats boss Gus Poyet is monitoring Borriello's situation and knows the experienced hitman could be available on the cheap, although the Wearsiders face competition from Cagliari.

The Serie A side are managed by another man who has West Ham connections – former Hammers boss and Poyet's ex-Chelsea teammate Gianfranco Zola.

The 48-year-old was appointed the manager of Cagliari earlier this month and it has been reported that a move for Borriello is high on his list of priorities.

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When I read the past premier records of Pablo Armero and Marco Borriello they remind me of another failed premier player who we bought and he proved why he failed the first time, his name slips my mind but Sunders will know who I mean

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Sunderland head coach Gus Poyet is keeping his fingers crossed that the club can do the business he wants as he awaits the opening of the January transfer window.
The 47-year-old Uruguayan has made no secret of the fact he is desperate to further strengthen his squad next month with goals a priority, but he knows too how difficult the winter market can be.
Sporting director Lee Congerton is the man charged with the task of fulfilling Poyet's wishes, and the latter knows he will have to remain patient.
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Fabian Delph is sent off during Sunderland's 0-0 draw with Villa - Black Cats have drawn more games than any other team in the Premier League this season (11)

He said with a smile: 'Yes, we want the best player in the world very cheap, nice-looking, he can score goals, he can run, sprint.
'But it's difficult, very difficult. We are working, I can tell you we are working very hard. Are we going to bring in someone? Are we going to buy him, loan him? We will see, it depends on so many things.
'Certain kinds of players are only available on loan; certain kinds of players, you need to buy them and it costs a lot; certain players, they cost less because they are a nightmare or they have got some issues and you think you are the genius who can bring them to you and calm them down.
'If you see what happens in Spain and Italy - Fernando Torres goes one way and then Chelsea go maybe the other way, and that starts making things happen.
'We are working very hard, very hard. It's not easy, but we will see.'
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Sunderland's three strikers, including Jozy Altidore (right) have only scored six goals between them

Poyet's main focus is not difficult to identify with his team having scored only 16 goals in their first 19 Barclays Premier League games of the season, and the fact that forwards Steven Fletcher, Connor Wickham and Jozy Altidore have contributed just six between them is an added concern.
But asked about the chances of boosting his strike force, he replied: 'The easiest way to sort out a few problems in front of goal is to go and buy.
'Now the right price, the right player who scores goals coming here and doing it straight away - everybody is looking for the same, so it's a competition. There are not many, but we will try.'
If he faces an anxious wait on the transfer front, Poyet has at least received better news on injuries with three players due to return to training.
Sebastian Larsson, who damaged an ankle in Sunday's 0-0 draw at Aston Villa, is expected to train on Wednesday and could yet be available for Thursday's trip to Manchester City, although fellow midfielder Liam Bridcutt will play no part at the Etihad Stadium.
Poyet said: 'Seb Larsson is going to train tomorrow. He feels much better. The injury is the kind of injury we can all react to differently. It's going to be painful for a while because he twisted his ankle badly, but the damage to the ligament is not that big.
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Liam Bridcutt (3rd left) has been ruled out for the game against Manchester City on New Year's Day

'It looks bad because it's swollen, so it depends how you cope with the pain. From what I have seen, Seb is quite confident that he is going to train tomorrow. He knows it's going to hurt, but he is willing to go ahead, so he is looking good.
'Liam Bridcutt, protocol, we are going to go with the rules. There are certain rules - he looks perfect today and is desperate to get out and desperate to play because he loves the chance to play.
'But we have been talking a lot about these concussions and we are going to go with the rules, so until, I think it's Friday, he cannot even train, so we are going to keep him safe.'
Meanwhile, full-backs Patrick van Aanholt and Anthony Reveillere are expected to resume training next Monday after recovering from a dislocated shoulder and a calf problem respectively with the Dutchman a week ahead of schedule.

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“We haven’t extended Danny’s loan,” confirms Wolves boss Kenny Jackett on Danny Graham loan, which expires today #safc

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“We haven’t extended Danny’s loan,” confirms Wolves boss Kenny Jackett on Danny Graham loan, which expires today #safc

We are stuck with him...we could do a two for one offer to a club if they take either Graham or Altidore the other comes free
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Sunderland manager Gus Poyet has revealed that signing a striker is one of the Black Cats' priorities in the January transfer window.
The Wearside outfit are desperately hunting a clinical front man to increase their goal threat and start turning draws into wins.
Sunderland have only won three games this season due to their inability to convert their chances and Poyet admits that he is looking to bring in a quality marksman in the new year. 
"We have talked about strikers, of course,” Poyet told the Northern Echo.
“I always say, the easiest way to sort out a few problems is to buy a striker. But it has to be at the right price for the right player. Everybody is looking for the same so it's a competition and there aren't many out there like that.”
Sunderland currently have the likes of Steven Fletcher, Jozy Altidore and Connor Wickham to pick from to fill their striking positions, but all three have struggled this season. 
Fletcher has been the best of a bad bunch - notching four times - but Wickham only has two goals to his name, while Altidore has not hit the back of the net in the Premier League. 
As a result Sunderland have only scored 16 times in their first 19 matches and this total will need to be improved if they are to move away from the relegation spots in the second half of the season. 

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Waking up slightly hung over..Orange juice and toast....but cannot see we have signed a striked yet. Could be a long month
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