The Sunderland Echo reports that League One title hunters Sunderland played two new trialists in a reserve fixture against Stoke City last night.
Former Peterborough United forward Andrea Borg and Wolves youngster Kevin Berkoe both featured in Sunderland Reserve’s clash with Stoke City’s second string side on Monday night, the Sunderland Echo has reported.
Chelsea youngster Ruben Sammut has been on trial with the League One side over the past few weeks and he featured once again for their Under-23s side. Sammut is out of contract at the end of the current season and could be available on a free transfer. With that in mind, Sunderland have been casting their over him ahead of a possible move to the Stadium of Light.
Andrea Borg is a midfielder and a forward and played alongside Sammut in midfield last night. He started his youth career in the IJF Academy, based in Dubai. After spending eight years with the IJF Academy, he headed over to England to join Peterborough United.
After progressing through the academy with Posh, he made his first team debut in April 2017. The Malta Under-19 international went on to play four times for The Posh before joining local side Kettering Town on loan during the first half of the 2018/19 season.
Aged 17, Kevin Berkoe is a defender for Premier League side Wolves. He plays most of his football in the Under-18 Premier League, featuring for Wolves Under-18s ten times so far this season. Berkoe has played 24 times for Wolves Under-18s, featuring at both left-back and left-midfield.