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.
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.
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."