Former Birmingham City winger Sebastian Larsson has been linked with a move to Sunderland reuniting with former mentor Steve Bruce, who rescued the winger from a troubled period in north London.
The 25 year old is out of contract and would be available on a free, being released after Birmingham’s slump into the championship, causing them to offload a number of high profile players including Lee Bowyer and Kevin Phillips in order to remain financially stable
Tribalfootball.com has reported that as many as four clubs have offered the Swedish international a contract, with the former Arsenal man waiting till after his countries tricky Euro qualifying double header next month to decide where he’ll be plying his trade next season.
Per Jonsson, Larsson’s agent has admitted he is keen to work with Steve Bruce again. Jonsson told the Sunderland Echo that “Steve was the manager at Birmingham before and took him to Birmingham and he made his breakthrough under him there. You can see they have a good relationship from that.”
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