Reviews declare that the Premier League duo, Crystal Palace and Brighton are about to go head to head with signing Wolves defender Dion Sanderson.
Sanderson, 21, is at present on loan at League One membership Sunderland. He has impressed everybody on the Stadium of Gentle, making 11 begins amongst 18 league appearances.
The versatile stopper got here up via the ranks of the Wolves youth earlier than making his first-team look in October 2019. That got here in an EFL Cup tie however has but to play a league recreation for a Molineux outfit.
After starring in Wolves Under-23s, he was loaned to Cardiff City in January 2020. The teen played 10 instances for the Bluebirds earlier than returning to the West Midlands.
He then wrote a contract extension with Nuno Espirito Santo’s side till the summer time of 2022. Nevertheless, the senior side did not have house and was farmed out to Wearside.
Issues have gone well within the north east. He started to shine under Phil Parkinson and is now a regular with Lee Johnson on the helm.
The boss just lately modified his place from right-back to referee and Sanderson coped excellently. He scored his first goal for the membership in Saturday’s 2-0 victory over Rochdale.
Sunderland would like to preserve it past the phrases of its loan deal however that appears unlikely.
Loads of suitors
The Black Cats would wish promotion to the Championship to tempt them to stay. They’re at present fourth within the table and battling for automated promotion.
Shifting to the Premier League is extra seemingly, with rivals Brighton and Palace eager, in line with the Mail. Wolerson has a excessive regard for Wolves and should have a future on the membership.
Nevertheless, it was steered that Nuno be open to letting him leave if the correct offer is available in. He shall be a free agent on the end of subsequent season and so will any move whether it is more likely to occur this summer time.
Different events embody the Cardiff Championship quartet, Huddersfield City, Sheffield Wednesday and Bristol City. It seems to be just like the Eagles might push hard for the player, with Roy Hodgson making an attempt to decrease the age of the squad.
Folks like Joel Ward and Gary Cahill aren’t getting youthful. Sanderson seems to be like an thrilling prospect who might have an enormous future on the highest level.
The Selhurst Park hierarchy will hope to be with them.
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