Sunderland AFC news and takeover latest RECAP: League One rivals admit interest in Black Cats striker
Sunderland AFC will be looking to continue their strong run of form and tighten their grip on the play-off places when they travel to Oxford United this weekend.
We’ve got all the build-up ahead of Saturday’s fixture when Phil Parkinson’s side will be looking to make it three wins in a row. There’s also more fallout from last month’s January transfer window following interest in Will Grigg. Scroll down to catch up with the latest headlines and see how the day unfolded:
Sunderland AFC news RECAP: 13 February
Last updated: Thursday, 13 February, 2020, 17:34
- Sunderland travel to Oxford United on Saturday having lost just one of their last 12 League One matches.
- Phil Parkinson's side beat Rochdale 3-0 at the Stadium of Light on Tuesday evening.
- Shrewsbury boss Sam Ricketts has confirmed they were interested in Sunderland striker Will Grigg last month.
Gooooood morning. Welcome to today's SAFC live blog!
We'll be bringing you the latest Sunderland AFC news and developments throughout the day as we build up to Saturday's League One trip to Oxford United.
Stay tuned for all your SAFC updates this Thursday...
Juan Sartori has broken his silence on Sunderland AFC...
The latest on the injury front ahead of the trip to Oxford...
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Phil Parkinson looks ahead to the weekend
Parkinson on Oxford United
We always strive to go for the win. Oxford are a good team and they've had a decent cup run, losing to Newcastle. They've got some good young players, but injury problems and suspension problems.
This has been the secret to his success...
BREAKING: Young Sunderland stopper signs new deal
Promising young Sunderland goalkeeper Adam Richardson has committed his future to the club amid interest from Premier League and EFL clubs.
Shrewsbury Town boss confirms interest in Will Grigg
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That's it for today but we'll be back bright and early tomorrow with all the latest Black Cats news and more build-up to Saturday's meeting with Oxford.
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