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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-08-22, 10:16 am

Which Sunderland players are out of contract in 2019?
After the club announced its squad for the 2018/19 season, we look at who is at risk of leaving next summer
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Sean McCormick


  • 14:53, 21 AUG 2018
  • UPDATED14:54, 21 AUG 2018


Sunderland have announced their squad for the 2018/19 season as Jack Ross' League One rebuild continues to take shape
However, a number of those players now just have on year left on their remaining deal at the club and it will be interesting to see how many earn a new deal this season.

Robbin Ruiter


Ruiter endured a stuttering first season on Wearside after joining on a free transfer from Utrecht.
The 31-year-old found himself in and out of the side as he competed with Jason Steele and Lee Camp for the Sunderland goalkeeper’s jersey.


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Robbin Ruiter of Sunderland (Image: Getty Images Europe)
The Dutchman made a few costly errors but it seemed as if he was the preferred choice to Steele before a fractured finger ended his season in February.
Ruiter will have to perform a lot better this season if he is to earn a fresh deal beyond the 2018/19 campaign.


Max Stryjek


The Polish goalkeeper is highly rated on Wearside but still finds himself as Sunderland's third choice goalkeeper behind Jon McLaughlin and Ruiter.
The 22-year-old is yet to make a competitive senior appearance for Sunderland and he endured a disappointing loan spell at Accrington this term.


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Max Stryjek (Image: Sunderland AFC)
Unless he can force his way in to Jack Ross' first-team plans, the chances of him being offered a new deal at the Stadium of Light appear unlikely.

Adam Matthews


Despite Sunderland’s relegation, the Welsh international enjoyed his best season at the club since joining in 2015.
The right-back was hampered by injuries during his first season on Wearside and he was shipped out on loan to Bristol City during the 2016/17 campaign.


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Adam Matthews (Image: Sunderland AFC)
However, last season saw Matthews get an extended run in the side, and the 26-year-old is likely to get plenty of game time in League One after the departure of Jones.
His performances in the season ahead will determine whether he is worthy of a new deal.

Reece James


James only arrived on Wearside this summer from Wigan but he was only handed a one-year deal.
The left-back helped the Latics win promotion from League One last season but the 24-year-old has suffered injury problems in the past.


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Reece James of Sunderland (Image: Sunderland AFC)
If the 24-year-old can prove his form and fitness this term, he should be offered a fresh deal at the Stadium of Light.


Denver Hume


The 22-year-old has made the step up from under-23 level to the first-team during pre-season and excelled when he played from the start against Sheffield Wednesday in the Carabao Cup.


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Sunderland's Denver Hume (Image: Sunderland AFC)
Hume is a left-back by trade but showed his versatility by starting at right-back. If, as expected, Bryan Oviedo leaves the club this summer, Hume should see plenty of first-team opportunities this season.
How he fares when handed regular first-team football will likely determine whether he is handed a new deal with the club

George Honeyman


The 23-year-old midfielder had been on the periphery of the first team but stepped up to be one of the key performers last term.


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George Honeyman of Sunderland (R) takes on Andy Dales of Scunthorpe (Image: Sunderland AFC)
Honeyman scored seven goals from midfield despite relegation and was named captain of Sunderland this season.
He will almost certainly be offered fresh terms on Wearside.

Lynden Gooch


Gooch has long been heralded as one of Sunderland’s brightest young stars and showed brief moments of quality in a season that was overshadowed by injury.


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Lynden Gooch in action against Charlton (Image: Sunderland AFC)
The USA international is likely to play a key role for Sunderland this season and the 22-year-old will be one of the leading protagonists in Sunderland’s revival.
He too will be offered a fresh deal.

Elliot Embleton


The England under-19 international midfielder is highly rated on Wearside and will hope to make the breakthrough into the first-team this season.
Embleton started in the Carabao Cup against Sheffield Wednesday but is likely to leave the club on loan this term.


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Elliot Embleton of Sunderland (Image: Sunderland AFC)
Regardless of where he spends this season, the Black Cats will more than likely offer the talented midfielder a new contract - given the 19-year-old's potential to improve.


Luke Molyneux


The 20-year-old attacking midfielder was handed an improved contract this summer but has just one year remaining on his current deal.
Molyneux finds himself on the periphery of Jack Ross' first-team squad and has made three appearances from the bench so far this term.


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Luke Molyneux of Sunderland (C) (Image: Sunderland AFC)
How well he does this season will determine whether he is offered fresh terms.


Josh Maja


Maja made the leap into the first team last season.
His winner against Fulham provided a glimpse as to what he could produce this season if given a run of games to perform in.


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Josh Maja celebrates his goal (Image: Newcastle Chronicle)
Maja has started the season on fire, scoring three goals in as many League One appearances.
The Black Cats want to offer Maja a new deal but there is Premier League interest in the 19-year-old. They may struggle to keep him beyond this summer.


On loan



Jerome Sinclair


The highly rated young forward joined Sunderland on loan from Watford for the duration of this season.
The Hornets only signed Sinclair from Liverpool last season and is under contract at Vicarage Road until 2021.


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Jerome Sinclair of Sunderland (Image: Sunderland AFC)
Therefore, it's highly unlikely they will allow him to leave next summer, but depending on the success of the loan move, he could rejoin on a temporary basis if a deal is beneficial to all parties.

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Post  MrRAWhite on 2018-08-22, 3:33 pm

Agree.. We need to sort some of those contracts out if we can..

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Post  oldblackcat on 2018-08-22, 7:38 pm

Probably a choice of money v ambition.....unless we get promoted?
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