, The 3 Sunderland players who may not play for the club again

The 3 Sunderland players who may not play for the club again

Sunderland have several players out on loan and several players out of contract in the summer and so attention could soon turn to their futures at the club with the season coming to a close in just a few months time.

Sunderland have been inconsistent at best across the season, understandably so given their changing of managers. Despite this they remain in the mix to reach the play-offs come the end of the campaign.

As things stand they sit 10th in the table and are seven points outside the top six. But as they look to improve their form on the pitch, attentions behind the scenes could soon turn to finetuning their squad ahead of next season. With that in mind, here are three players who may have already played their last game for the Black Cats.

Bradley Dack

Marred by injury over recent seasons, Bradley Dack’s first in a Sunderland shirt has been no different. He has made just five starts so far this campaign, scoring once and is current out again with an injury.

He signed a one-year deal given his recent track record on the treatment table and so with his contract up in June and him currently not anywhere near returning to the first-team fold he could move on in the summer.

Jack Diamond

Another player whose contract is up in the summer is Jack Diamond. The 24-year-old is currently out on loan at Carlisle United where he is yet to make any impact on the League One side’s abysmal form.

With his deal up in the summer and plenty of players ahead of him in the pecking order at Sunderland it is likely he is moved on for free at the expiry of his current contract.

Ellis Taylor

Despite his young age, Taylor’s opportunities seem restricted in the first-team fold as things stand and that isn’t like to change any time soon. At aged 20 he will likely want to be out playing football on a consistent basis and with his contract up in June, his future may lie away from the Championship side.

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However, this could all change between now and the end of the season. Taylor has been included on the bench when needed and used in the Carabao Cup earlier in the season, and so a new deal could be offered if all parties see fit.

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