Sunderland: Potential summer transfer targets

Majid Mohamed
Monday 27 June 2011 20:17
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Chairman Niall Quinn has promised to strengthen manager Steve Bruce's squad after the sale of Jordan Henderson. So far Ji Dong-won, Sebastian Larsson and Keiren Westwood have arrived at the Stadium of Light with Quinn working on more deals: ‘We know the areas that need strengthening and the type of player we need in order to progress, and the job of bringing those players to the club is continuing at a pace.’

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Bruce will also promote some youngsters to his first team squad: ‘I have got a few young lads bubbling underneath who have impressed me and who have got a chance.’

Here we take a look at who else could be heading to the Stadium of Light.

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