These are the clubs that have provided Sunderland with the most players over the last 10 years

As Sunderland eye League One promotion, manager Jack Ross is on the look out for a few additions to his squad - but where have Sunderland shopped for players most over the last 10 years?

Monday, 14th January 2019, 10:26 am
Updated Monday, 14th January 2019, 1:36 pm
These are the clubs that have provided Sunderland with the most players over the last 10 years

Here are the seven clubs who have loaned and sold the most players to the Black Cats - according to TransferMarkt. Click and scroll through the pages to find out who they are:

With Gus Poyet at the helm, the Uruguayan raided his former club in 2014 for Liam Bridcutt and Will Buckley on permanent deals. Kazenga Lua Lua joined in January last year before being released last summer.
Anton Ferdinand and George McCartney both swapped London for the North East in 2008 before Calum Davenport joined a year later on loan.

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Lee Cattermole moved from Wigan to Sunderland in 2009 while Titus Bramble soon followed suit. Jordi Gomez arrived in 2014 with Reece James and Max Power joining last summer.
David Moyes reunited with Steven Pienaar, Darron Gibson and Bryan Oviedo in his season in charge at Sunderland. Then, Simon Grayson brought Aiden McGeady, Brendan Galloway and Tyias Browning to Wearside.
Between 2009 and 2016, Sunderland signed Fraizer Campbell, Danny Welbeck, John O'Shea, Wes Brown, Adnan Januzaj, Donald Love and Paddy McNair from the Red Devils.
Manchester City have provided Sunderland with eight players since 2009 in Tal Ben Haim, Benjani, Nedum Onuoha, Adam Johnson, Wayne Bridge, Costel Pantilimon, Jack Rodwell and Jason Denayer.
A triple swoop came from Tottenham in 2008 - Pascal Chimbonda, Steed Malbranque and Teemu Tainio. Darren Bent followed in 2009, Alan Hutton in 2010, Danny Rose and Louis Saha in 2012, DeAndre Yedlin and Younes Kaboul in 2015.