Sunderland fans are all saying the same thing about Barnsley, Cardiff and Stoke links to Black Cats attacker

Sunderland fans have been quick to react to the latest transfer talk surrounding Jordan Jones.

Recent reports suggest that Rangers have been contacted by a host of Championship about Jones who is on loan at the Stadium of Light.

Barnsley, Cardiff, Stoke are all interested, whilst his hometown club Middlesbrough are also keen.

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The former Kilmarnock winger has been told by Rangers that he can move on this summer.

Jordan Jones of Sunderland celebrates scoring their second goal during the Sky Bet League One match between Portsmouth and Sunderland at Fratton Park.

The attacker missed Sunderland’s cup final win over Tranmere Rovers on Sunday with an injury but scored and assisted against Portsmouth in the Black Cats last league outing.

And Sunderland supporters seem keen to keep the Northern Ireland international at the Stadium of Light beyond his loan deal.

Here’s how you reacted to the latest reports on Twitter and Facebook:

Brendan Young: “If we go up we have a better chance of signing him. That's what's in our control. So we need to get promoted.”

Richard Holmes: “Please not another one to slip through the net.”

Terry Waites: “Jones seems to be enjoying playing for us... surely if we get promoted he would be a good target.”

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Cathryn Dickinson: “SAFC need to sign Jones permanently.”

Ian Porter: “Jones will go wherever pays him the most, but a 3rd division club wouldn't be in the running.”

@antoneee_x added: “LET’S GO SIGN THAT CONTRACT.”

@Calla1977: “Sign a new contract and join the journey.”

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@hessy1988: “You just sign the contract baby then we can talk about more trophies.”

@mgs0970: “You need to sign permanently this summer lad. You know it makes sense.”

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