Sunderland have been busy trying to improve their squad this summer as they prepare to win promotion back to the Championship.
The Black Cats will be starting a new era this season with a new manager and new ownership and will be hoping that their stay in League One is only temporary.
Jack Ross was brought in as the new boss to try and help Sunderland get back into the second-tier and he has been busy bringing in a number of names to help improve their chances.
However, he has struggled to bring in a striker this summer, which is an area of real concern for those at the Stadium of Light. The former St. Mirren manager has seen a number of his attempts fail but it looks as though he is about to go back in with an improved offer for one of his targets.
According to a report in the Sunderland Echo, the Black Cats are set to improve their offer for Cheltenham Town’s Mo Eisa, following the rejection of their initial bid. It is understood the £1million bid fell short of the Robins valuation for their prolific striker.
Sunderland are right to go back in with an improved offer for Eisa as he would certainly add an attacking threat to the side if he were to be signed.
The 24-year-old forward performed remarkably in League Two last season, scoring 23 goals in his 45 league matches, as he enjoyed his first season in the Football League.
The former Greenwich Borough striker is expected to have the potential to make it higher in the game and a move to Sunderland would be a great step for the Sudanese striker to make.
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