Transfer worry for boss
Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill has apparently been told he must sell players before he is given money to spend in the transfer market.
The Black Cats have been linked with summer moves for a host of players including Wigan's Victor Moses and Wolves' Steven Fletcher but, according to reports in the media, O'Neill has to sell to fund the moves. Forward Stephane Sessegnon has been linked with a move away from the Stadium of Light as he is thought to be homesick, with Paris Saint Germain keen along with Spurs, although how that would help his homesickness is not clear. At the same time it's reported that owner Ellis Short is targeting a top six finish next season, which may turn out to be a tall order if O'Neill is struggling for funds.