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Eddie Nketiah would be a terrific summer signing for Sunderland

Eddie Nketiah would be a terrific summer signing for Sunderland

Sunderland know they have a lot of work to do if they want to achieve promotion back into the Championship.

With plenty of games left to achieve their goal, fans and all involved with the club will be hopeful of that coming true.

The Sunderland team is well motivated and has the players within to make a real difference come the end of the season.

If they continue the way they’re going, they could fit right back in with the Championship and have a much more steady campaign in the second division of English football.

As well as the promotion, it would allow Sunderland to be a lot more attractive to players who potentially join, knowing that Sunderland are moving on from the rocky times they have recently endured.

So signings like Arsenal’s Eddie Nketiah would be a brilliant one and could give Sunderland another reliable goalscorer to turn to.

Eddie Nketiah has the potential to become a fantastic striker but with few chances of a first-team breakthrough at Arsenal right now, the best thing for the 19-year-old to do would be to go out on-loan.

Especially if Sunderland went up to the Championship, the youngster would get to test himself in a physical, yet similar standard to the Premier League.

A loan move could be a very smart move and one that could be very beneficial for his career.

The 19-year-old has continued to impress for Arsenal’s U23 side, where he has provided six goals in eight appearances.

With electric pace, good skill and an eye for goal, Nketiah may be a capture that evaded Sunderland’s reach in January when trying to replace Josh Maja but they could instead try and conjure up a deal in the summer.

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