Sunderland AFC transfer rumours: Cats linked with TRIPLE deal, Nathan Baxter and Owen Dale latest, Dion Sanderson update provided

Sunderland face a huge summer of change.

Thursday, 3rd June 2021, 2:32 pm

The Black Cats are in the process of finalising their summer transfer plans.

And there has been plenty of speculation over the past few weeks.

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Nathan Baxter during his stint on loan at Accrington Stanley last season.

Meanwhile, Sunderland have been linked with a double deal whilst a former loanee has been released by a Championship club.

Here, though, we take a look at the latest transfer news from Sunderland and around League One:

Chelsea goalkeeper Nathan Baxter could join former Ross County teammate Ross Stewart at Sunderland as the League One side ponder a move for the goalkeeper. (Football Insider).

It has been reported that Sunderland are increasing their efforts to sign Dion Sanderson – who spent last season on loan at the Stadium of Light – on a permanent deal. (Daily Mail)

However, the Black Cats’ reported £2million move for Sanderson will depend on the finances involved according to Alan Nixon. (The Sun)

Nixon has also poured cold water on Sunderland’s reported interest in Crewe Alexandra attacker Owen Dale, claiming that the Wearsider’s ‘won’t pay the fee surely.’ (The Sun)

Portsmouth, Burton Albion and Crewe Alexandra are chasing Australian midfielder Brandon Wilson. (Football Insider)

Oxford United are interested in Brighton and Hove Albion defender Alex Cochrane. The defender was linked with a loan move to Sunderland last January. (BBC Oxford)

Doncaster Rovers are set to examine transfer targets in the full-back positions with Reece James and Brad Halliday expected to leave the club. (Doncaster Free Press)

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