Stewart Donald gives transfer update on bids for Mo Eisa, Charlie Wyke, Billy Sharp and George Evans

Sunderland chairman Stewart Donald has revealed he hopes to have a second transfer bid accepted after making a 'very minor adjustment' as he closes in on three new signings.

Wednesday, 18th July 2018, 7:29 am
Updated Wednesday, 18th July 2018, 7:42 am
Charlie Wyke

The Black Cats have made offers for Bradford City striker Charlie Wyke, Cheltenham Town forward Mo Eisa and Reading midfielder George Evans.

LIVE: SAFC transfer latest as Cats face critical 48 hours in bid to sign playersThe bid for Evans has been accepted, with the player expected to undergo a medical once he returns from Reading's pre-season tour in Austria.

Charlie Wyke

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Bids of £1million for Eisa and £600,000 for Wyke have yet to be accepted but Donald remains confident of signing the duo - but denied claims they have made an offer for Sheffield United striker Billy Sharp.

Responding to a claim on Twitter that Sunderland were way short of the valuations of all three players, Donald tweeted: "Absolute rubbish. 1 already accepted. 1 very minor adjustment and a second will be accepted. 3rd one waiting to hear but it is a very very good offer.

"Everyone seems to know we have placed offers on these!! To say they are a long way off the other clubs valuations is just wrong. We have made no offer on Sharp."

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