Sunderland have looked rather accomplished under Jack Ross so far this season as they continue to hunt down an automatic promotion place.
The Black Cats won’t settle for anything less than promotion straight back to the Premier League after investing heavily during the summer. Although, they did wave goodbye to one of their youth players recently, as according to the Chronicle Live, Max Stryjek has joined Eastleigh on a short-term loan deal.
Young Sunderland goalkeeper Max Stryjek has joined National League side Eastleigh on a short-term loan deal.
The Poland under-19 international will spend an initial month on loan at the Silverlake Stadium with the possibility that that term could be extended.
Stryjek will take over the number one shirt from Stack and the 22-year-old expected to be in the Spitfires’ squad for tomorrow’s home game against Dagenham & Redbridge.
Sunderland won’t be too fussed that the goalkeeper is set to depart as he was surplus to requirements at the Stadium of Light. Although, they will be keen to see how he fares out on loan and could possibly look to make use of him at some point if injuries were to occur.
Nevertheless, the Polish goalkeeper will get some minutes under his belt and can hopefully develop.
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