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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-11-09, 12:33 pm

Aitor Karanka has had no contact with Sunderland yet over their vacant manager’s post.
Karanka had people talking on Wednesday evening when he posted a cryptic tweet to his social media page which showed a picture of him at what looked to be Kings Cross train station with the caption: “Next stop...”
Speculation immediately started that the ex-Middlesbrough boss was headed for Wearside for talks with the Black Cats but it has now emerged that was not the case.
Bookies immediately moved to place the Spaniard as the new favourite to replace Simon Grayson at the Stadium of Light but as yet there is yet to be any contact between the club and Karanka.
Chief executive Martin Bain is currently considering his options as he puts together a shortlist of potential candidates and begins to talk to them.
Karanka is available after leaving Middlesbrough in March and so no compensation would be due. He would also suit the experience level they want having led Middlesbrough back to the Premier League in 2016.
The 44-year-old is thought to be keen on holding talks with Sunderland over the role after falling in love with the North East during his time with the Teesside club.
Perhaps the tweet from his PR team was an attempt to keep Karanka in the spotlight and in the thoughts of Sunderland.

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Post  Kipper on 2017-11-09, 1:19 pm

cyprussyd wrote:Aitor Karanka has had no contact with Sunderland yet over their vacant manager’s post.
Karanka had people talking on Wednesday evening when he posted a cryptic tweet to his social media page which showed a picture of him at what looked to be Kings Cross train station with the caption: “Next stop...”
Speculation immediately started that the ex-Middlesbrough boss was headed for Wearside for talks with the Black Cats but it has now emerged that was not the case.
Bookies immediately moved to place the Spaniard as the new favourite to replace Simon Grayson at the Stadium of Light but as yet there is yet to be any contact between the club and Karanka.
Chief executive Martin Bain is currently considering his options as he puts together a shortlist of potential candidates and begins to talk to them.
Karanka is available after leaving Middlesbrough in March and so no compensation would be due. He would also suit the experience level they want having led Middlesbrough back to the Premier League in 2016.
The 44-year-old is thought to be keen on holding talks with Sunderland over the role after falling in love with the North East during his time with the Teesside club.
Perhaps the tweet from his PR team was an attempt to keep Karanka in the spotlight and in the thoughts of Sunderland.

What I said then. It's all just guesswork on the part of the bookies. Karanka's message meant absolutely nothing.
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