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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-13, 9:13 am

David Moyes reveals contract latest as Sunderland set to keep ‘one or two’ on for next season 


Defender John O'Shea is one of a number of players out of contract at the end of the season 


PHIL SMITH 07:00Saturday 13 May 2017 


David Moyes says that Sunderland will likely hold on to some of the players out of contract this summer. 


The Black Cats are set to lose a number of players when the season ends, with three loanees returning to parent clubs, eight contracts expiring, and a number of those under contract likely to be sold. 


Midfielder George Honeyman, whose contract ends next month, will be offered a new deal and manager Moyes has hinted that there may be more. Sunderland will face a hectic early-season schedule in the Championship, which starts on August 5, and Moyes is eager to ensure that he has a squad in place early that can handle it. 
He said: “Before the end of the transfer window in August, we will have something like eight games to play. “We have to make sure that there is a core there, because we need people who know the club. “We can’t just let absolutely everyone leave. “It might be that there are one or two players that we need to keep for a year to help us through, and then we will take it from there.” 


Moyes has regularly said that his Sunderland side were not ready for the start of this campaign following the uncertainty over Sam Allardyce’s future and his late arrival in the role. He is eager to avoid a repeat of that next season, with the pressure on to make a fast start. Moyes has already been studying a number of sides who have managed to come back up to the Premier League following relegation, and has pointed to sides like Burnley who went through little upheaval in terms of the playing staff. 


Sunderland are unable to go down that route so Moyes believes getting the right players in will be crucial. Moyes said: “If you look at the teams that have come up, probably the teams that have done best are those that have kept their squads together. “We’ve actually got a lot of changes to make here – we don’t look as though we have a squad that is bedded down yet. “We might have another big turnaround of players this summer. “It could be that we have a minimum of eight or ten players coming in. “You have to look at the costings of that, and those are the conversations that we need to have.”

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Post  gil t azell on 2017-05-13, 9:25 am

Its just like a revolving door over there.

 Think Moysy needs to change it big style now and then hope for 1 or 2 quality signings over the next 3 transfer windows and mould us into the team we want and need. Sick of massive personnel changes.
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Post  Vincemac on 2017-05-13, 10:01 am

gil t azell wrote:Its just like a revolving door over there.

 Think Moysy needs to change it big style now and then hope for 1 or 2 quality signings over the next 3 transfer windows and mould us into the team we want and need. Sick of massive personnel changes.
It would be nice to sign quality 
What type of quality will we get
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Post  barrowmackem on 2017-05-13, 1:05 pm

Players coming in will solely depend on what money is generated by the selling of players. Players coming in will be on far far less than the players being sold thats for sure reducing your debt. I will be amazed if we get straight back up.

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Post  gil t azell on 2017-05-13, 9:34 pm

barrowmackem wrote:Players coming in will solely depend on what money is generated by the selling of players. Players coming in will be on far far less than the players being sold thats for sure reducing your debt. I will be amazed if we get straight back up.
They will be on a lot less but I bet theres a damn sight more effort. I can handle getting beat as long as there is some commitment, fight and energy.
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