SOURCE; Sunderland Has Found Permanent Attacking Transfer in January ….

According to the Sunderland Echo, Sunderland initially wanted to sign Chelsea’s Mason Burstow on a permanent basis this summer but ultimately decided to sign him on a loan.

The 20-year-old started the season at Stamford Bridge, making two brief Premier League outings for Mauricio Pochettino’s squad before ultimately transferring on Transfer Deadline Day on a season-long loan to Wearside.

Due to the injury that injured talisman Ross Stewart, the Black Cats were in the market for a new striker over the summer. Ross Stewart finally signed with Championship rivals Southampton for £10 million. As a result, Sunderland’s offense had a gaping hole, and manager Tony Mowbray gave it first priority before the transfer window closed last month.

Burstow and Nazariy Rusyn from Zorya Luhansk arrived at the same time, giving Mowbray an embarrassing wealth at the head of the field. Despite the fact that neither has yet scored, the workload has been distributed, and they are currently averaging two goals each game.

The Black Cats were searching for a new striker over the summer due to the injury of talisman Ross Stewart. Finally, Ross Stewart agreed to a £10 million contract with Southampton, a Championship foe. As a result, Sunderland manager Tony Mowbray gave the offense’s huge deficit first focus before the transfer window closed last month.

When Burstow and Nazariy Rusyn from Zorya Luhansk arrived simultaneously, Mowbray had an embarrassing advantage over the competition. The workload has been distributed, and even though neither has yet scored, they are currently averaging two goals each game.

“I knew they were interested in the entire window, and I knew they were watching me, so coming here was a no-brainer.”

The young man then explained why he picked Sunderland over other potential suitors;

“The team is young. It’s simpler for me to fit in with individuals my own age, which is another reason why I moved here.

It’s fantastic to be a part of it since Tony obviously likes the younger players who will develop and excite the fan base.

Prior to a crucial North East derby against Middlesbrough on Saturday, Sunderland hosts Watford on Wednesday. Burstow will be hoping to get his goal tally off to a good start this week.

Mason Burstow, who is highly regarded at Chelsea, was a significant asset to their summer tour of the United States. Additionally a great fan, Mauricio Pochettino chose to loan him away solely to advance his development.

The Premier League powerhouses were aware that the striker would receive consistent playing time in the Championship, one of the most competitive leagues in European football, after being used sparingly by the Blues. The teenager will score goals, and in Friday night’s victory over Sheffield Wednesday, he displayed his undeniable skill. This season, he should play a significant role in Sunderland’s pursuit of promotion.






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