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Sunderland reject Johnson loan proposal

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In what feels very much like the media weaving their own narrative on a news story they themselves started, reports claim that Sunderland have knocked back an approach from Everton to loan Adam Johnson next season.

Roberto Martinez was supposedly looking to take Johnson off Sunderland's hands to ease their wage bill but wasn't interested in signing the player permanently.

That has paved the way for the winger to join Liverpool with whom he was heavily linked before he joined the Black Cats.

Original Source: Metro, The Express  

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Tom R Owen
892 Posted 12/06/2014 at 19:56:58
Another page filler hits the dust!
Let's all enjoy the WC and start looking at transfer stories after July 13th!
Richard Lyons
896 Posted 12/06/2014 at 20:09:22
Blimey, I'll be expecting an offer from the RS myself any day now - seems they're being linked with every player under the sun...
Kunal Desai
914 Posted 12/06/2014 at 20:58:03
Everton's actiivity in the transfer market will be on 1st September 2014.
Paul Ferry
991 Posted 13/06/2014 at 01:40:26
Thank God, AJ looks like well Tony Mowbray, what it is about those north-east scrawny billy elliott ballerina types? My on my that's a bullet dodged except for the fact that it never had legs in the 1st place. AJ? Come back George Telfer...
Jim Bennings
019 Posted 13/06/2014 at 09:38:20
We have had to wait a week just to hear the news most if us already knew the moment we heard Adam Johnson could leave Sunderland on loan?

It makes me wonder who writes these tales of fantasy.

Sunderland were never going to let one of their best players leave on loan its basic common sense.

Christopher Kelly
278 Posted 14/06/2014 at 15:12:17
I just read an article saying we were going to sign Xavi....

Then it quotes RM saying we should sign players LIKE Xavi. Duh!!! I have an idea, shouldn't we sign players LIKE messi, or RVP or ribery. Just amazing reporting! Can we get that writer a Pulitzer

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