Sunderland will be desperate to secure all three points at home against AFC Wimbledon on Saturday, with the automatic promotion race beginning to heat up.
Indeed, one big issue that has been letting the Black Cats down in recent times has been their lack of conviction in matches, as they find themselves dropping points from promising positions.
Although, it looks as if Jack Ross is eyeing a possible swoop, as according to Sky Sports reporter Keith Downie’s personal Twitter account, Sunderland are in talks with Celtic attacker Lewis Morgan.
Sunderland are in talks with Celtic over a loan move for winger Lewis Morgan.
Indeed, the 22-year-old is available for loan this month with Scottish side Aberdeen and Sunderland both credited with a strong interest
The Black Cats could do with bringing in another winger to help aid their promotion boost and to provide competition for the likes of Aiden McGeady and Lynden Gooch, but it now looks as if they could lose out.
Lewis Morgan has plenty of ability and he could easily take Sunderland’s promotion push to the next level, so they should go all out to sign him before the transfer window shuts.
Indeed, it remains to be seen as to whether he’ll prefer a move to Aberdeen, but Ross will be hopeful that he can land the attacker this month.
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