Where would Sunderland be without the January transfer window? Without Kone, Khazri and Kirchhoff it would not have been a pretty ending.
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Christmas is on the horizon, but many fans will already be looking beyond it to the January transfer window. Sunderland can strengthen their squad with just a few key additions.
As Sunderland failed to bring in a striker during the summer transfer window, the arrival of Victor Anichebe was almost inevitable and the former Everton front man joins on a year-long deal.
It is not quite the Eleventh Hour, but Sunderland are on the brink of announcing another deal from absolutely nowhere. Didier Ndong, or 'the next Michael Essien' (apparently), is about to smash our transfer record.
Yann M'Vila has arrived at Newcastle airport with a view to sealing his permanent transfer from Rubin Kazan. It is set to be a truly glorious day for Sunderland.
Things go from bad to worse on the striking front for Sunderland as Fabio Borini joins the injury list, being ruled out for around three months due to a thigh ligament tear. The news prompted a frantic search for striker on deadline day only for all enquiries to fall on deaf ears.
A hectic day ended rather sourly for Sunderland as attempts to sign Yann M'Vila,
When Sunderland announced their 25-man squad yesterday, they only managed to fill 21 of them, so the signature of Victor Anichebe means three spots remain vacant. Who is next? Without doubt at least one new arrival should be expected soon.
Jason Denayer has become David Moyes’ second deadline day arrival today, with his season-long loan move from Manchester City confirmed.