Sunderland handed transfer blow as former Arsenal man chooses Championship rivals

Sunderland handed transfer blow as former Arsenal man chooses Championship rivals
Sunderland handed transfer blow as former Arsenal man chooses Championship rivals

Sunderland handed transfer blow as former Arsenal man chooses Championship rivals

Sunderland handed transfer blow as former Arsenal man chooses Championship rivals

The most recent Sunderland transfer news that you might have missed

Chris Willock’s expected departure to Cardiff City is a

transfer setback for Sunderland.

The 26-year-old former Arsenal player, who turned down a contract

with Queens Park Rangers in favor of a transfer to South Wales,

had been strongly linked to the Black Cats.

Willock, the brother of Joe Willock of Newcastle United, was chosen as

QPR’s Player of the Year at the conclusion of the 2021–2022 season.
Following Willock’s departure from the team on Wednesday night,

QPR CEO Christian Nourry stated, “I want to thank Chrissy for

his contributions during his time with us on behalf of the football club.”

Willock, the brother of Joe Willock of Newcastle United, was chosen as

QPR’s Player of the Year at the conclusion of the 2021–2022 season.
Following Willock’s departure from the team on Wednesday night,

QPR CEO Christian Nourry stated, “I want to thank Chrissy for

his contributions during his time with us on behalf of the football club.”

Most significantly, while adhering to financial restrictions,

we need people who share our enthusiasm and conviction for

the idea the club is now developing.

Sunderland handed transfer blow as former Arsenal man chooses Championship rivals
Sunderland handed transfer blow as former Arsenal man chooses Championship rivals

“We thank Chris for four years of excellent service and wish him well in the future.”

In other news, Alan Browne, a former player for Preston North End,

is supposedly scheduled to get a medical at Sunderland before joining

the team this summer.

After leaving Deepdale at the end of the last campaign, Browne is a free agent.

The Black Cats think he might be a valuable addition to their team as

they try to contend for a play-off spot this year.

Oliver Norwood, a former Sheffield United midfielder, has also piqued the interest of the Black Cats, who are eager to bolster their central midfield. Coventry City, a rival in the Championship, has also expressed interest in Browne.

Following Corry Evans’ departure, Sunderland head coach Régis Le Bris wants to bolster his team with more experience.

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