Sunderland step up efforts to sign £2million-rated Dion Sanderson permanently after talented Wolves defender impressed during loan spell but know they will face competition
- Sunderland are looking to sign Dion Sanderson on permanent deal from Wolves
- Centre-back produced some impressive displays while on loan in League One
- Sunderland recognise they will be competing with teams from a higher level
Sunderland are increasing their efforts to sign Dion Sanderson from Wolverhampton Wanderers on a permanent deal.
The League One club recognise they will be competing with teams from a higher level and also the possibility of Wolves’ new manager wanting to keep hold of the centre back who has impressed on loan.
However, this will not stop the north east club from making an opening bid to test Wolves’ resolve.
Sunderland are increasing their efforts to sign loanee Dion Sanderson on a permanent deal
Sunderland sporting director Kristjaan Speakman has continually kept in contact with his counterpart Scott Sellars at Wolves throughout Sanderson’s loan period with the intention of signing the 21-year old for next season.
Speakman is determined to sign the £2million-rated Sanderson and hopes the relationships that have been built between the player and the hierarchy, staff and fans of Sunderland will be strong enough to convince the defender where his future should lie.
Sunderland sporting director Kristjaan Speakman is determined to sign the centre-back
Sanderson, who has played just one senior game for Wolves, was previously on loan at Cardiff
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