Sunderland could sign Wolves winger in the summer

With the fear of further relegating to the League Two, Championship side Sunderland were formerly keen on to bringing in Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Ben Marshall to the club, during the January winter transfer window but a deal failed to go through with series of frustrations after the Wolves sent him on loan to Millwall till the end of season.

However, the Black Cats could reignite their interest in the 27-year-old winger and can look to swipe him over during the Summer transfer window and possibly convince the Wolves to release the winger to them in a permanent transfer instead of sending him out loan again should the summer transfer window arrive.

The 27-year-old since joining up the Championship leaders in the Winter of 2017, and quickly transformed into a first team player with wolves under Paul Lambert, who had managed the winger before in his time at Blackburn Rovers. The manager left the club, the 27-year-old game time and appearances has been limited at the club, as he could only manage himself 9 appearances and scoring only a goal this season before going out on loan to Millwall.

The Wolves are currently topping the Championship table with 71 points, with only 5 draws and 4 losses, at this point the Wolves will not be expecting a player slip up or error at this time, and with Marshall not being in the favour of the current manager Nuno Espirito Santo, he is highly unlikely get any game time should they proceed to the Premier League next season.

However, the Wolves has strive without the 27-year-old winger, he will be profiting to them assuming they sell him in the summer, with Sunderland, who can reignite their interest in the winger, or they could make the loan at Millwall a permanent one.

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Liam

A big Celtic fan from Galashiels, Scotland. I keep a close eye on all English Premier League top six as well as top European clubs and also the Championship in England. Loves writing, tweeting and movies....
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