Only Bryan Oviedo remains from the ex-Manchester United and Everton manager’s ill-fated Premier League transfer dealings at the Stadium of Light. Sunderland remain in League One after suffering back-to-back relegations and missing out on promotion to the Championship in the play-off final at Wembley last campaign – Moyes is currently out of work.
1. Bryan Oviedo
One of David Moyes' many Everton old boys, the left-back is still at Sunderland have suffered back-to-back relegations, a play-off final defeat and a Checkatrade Trophy final defeat in three years at the Stadium of Light. The Costa Rica international has been linked with a move away from Wearside this summer.
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2. Michael Simões Domingues
Signed by Moyes, didn't play a single first team game, then had his contract terminated. The goalkeeper now turns out for Portugal side Os Belenenses SAD in the Primeira Liga - a team Sunderland are due to face in a friendly this coming Saturday.
3. Victor Anichebe
Another Ex-Everton man, but a fan favourite on Wearside never the less. 'Big Vic' could have been a useful player for Sunderland had he remained fit - a factor Moyes was aware of when signing the Nigeria striker. Anichebe is currently a free agent.
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4. Adnan Januzaj
The highly-rated youngster on loan seemed like a coup at the time. How wrong we were. The Belgian now plays in Spain for Real Sociedad.
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